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Category Archives: Marital Agreements

How Does Remarriage Affect Alimony?

By O'Mara Law Group |

Alimony is one of the most contentious aspects of any divorce and it can be granted to either spouse during the divorce process. There are many different types of alimony awards in Florida. Bridge the gap alimony is a very popular option that is meant to ensure both spouses can support themselves during the… Read More »

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Can Gifts from a Parent Count as Child Support?

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Parents give their children gifts all the time and typically, there is nothing associated with them. However, when a person has been ordered to pay child support, either through divorce or a paternity proceeding, parents may sometimes wonder if they can use those gifts as a credit towards child support. The issue most often… Read More »

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No Change Coming to Florida’s Alimony Laws

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Over the past several years, many lawmakers have tried to bring alimony reform to Florida without any success. This year, Sen. Joe Gruters carried bill SB 1922 into the Senate, hoping to abolish permanent alimony in the state. Unfortunately, the bill stalled in committee, meaning the issue is likely not to be addressed until… Read More »

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Are Prenuptial Agreements Really Necessary, and Can I Use a Regular Family Lawyer?

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Compassion plays a major role in the ease of a transition in family dynamics. The O’Mara Law Group practices compassion, consistency and effective representation. Whether you are looking for a simple consultation for legal advice, or full-on representation to see you through your next chapter, it is imperative that you feel confident and comfortable… Read More »

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What is A Postnuptial Agreement?

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Prenuptial agreements are essential today, and are not just to ensure that the original assets return to the original owner should there be a divorce. Prenuptial agreements also help prevent any surprises in court while in duress through this process in the event of a split in partnership. A prenuptial agreement, against popular belief,… Read More »

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