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What You Need to Know About Divorce and Your Mortgage

By Gale H. Moore |

According to the most recent American Housing Survey, approximately 100 million American adults currently live in an owner-occupied house on which they have a mortgage. With these types of numbers, it is of little surprise that the family home is one of the most important, contentious issues in many divorce cases. For a lot… Read More »

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We Are Getting a Divorce in Florida, What Happens to Our House?

By Gale H. Moore |

Dividing up the marital property is never an easy task for divorcing couples. This is particularly true when it comes to dealing with the family home. Not only is your house filled with deep emotions and priceless memories, but it is also likely the most valuable asset you own. Additionally, unlike a bank account,… Read More »

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Florida Divorce: Could Your Spouse Be Entitled to Your Professional Practice?

By Gale H. Moore |

Beyond disputes regarding children, the division of assets is usually the most hotly contested issue in a divorce case. This is especially true when a divorce involves either high-end assets or particularly complex assets. There are few assets more complex than a professional practice. Many divorcing professionals worry that their spouse could have claim… Read More »

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