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Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement?
You have probably heard about prenuptial agreements, especially among wealthy celebrities. Most people avoid dealing with a prenup because it has a negative connotation. You may feel that a prenup presumes that your relationship will end in divorce. However, it is actually an insurance protection against problems in the event the marriage does not last. Anyone who has money, property or any other assets can benefit from a prenuptial agreement. If you are considering a prenup, it is best to have it drawn up and executed by an experienced attorney. What Should I Include in a Prenup? A prenuptial agreement is a legal contract that provides for how assets must be divided in the event of a divorce. The prenup may take into account your current assets as well as future assets. The most important thing to include in a prenup is the home or property. If one.
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What Happens if I Refuse to Take a Breath Test During a Traffic Stop?
Traffic stops are common occurrences. Everyone makes a mistake once in a while when they drive. When you are stopped for a regular traffic offense such as speeding or having a headlight out, you do not expect complications. When the police officer approaches your vehicle, you are prepared to provide your driver’s license, registration, and insurance. What happens next, however, is something for which you may not be prepared. The police officer may suspect that you are driving under the influence (DUI). This suspicion can be because he or she notices the smell of alcohol on your breath. In this situation, the traffic stop just became much more serious and complicated. Field Sobriety Tests The officer will likely ask you to step out of the vehicle so you can perform some preliminary field sobriety tests (FSTs). There are three commonly used standardized FSTs that include the walk and.
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What are Grounds for Divorce in Florida?
Coming to the decision to seek an end to your marriage is often a long and difficult process. You may have tried to resolve your differences but have been unsuccessful. Florida is a “no fault” divorce state. This means that you do not have to place blame on either party in order to get a divorce. A no fault divorce means that the marriage is irretrievably broken and it cannot be repaired. The only other grounds for divorce in Brevard County and elsewhere in Florida is if one of the spouses has been declared mentally incapacitated by a judge at least three years prior to filing for divorce. What are the Requirements for Divorce in Florida? Florida law has specific requirements for those seeking a divorce. In Florida, at least one spouse must be a Florida resident for a period of six months immediately prior to filing for divorce. In.
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