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Is Your Ex Refusing To Pay Spousal Support?

Published November 18, 2017 |Posted in Spousal Support

Is Your Ex Refusing To Pay Spousal Support?

Divorce is defined as the dissolution of a marriage. It may be a simple definition. But there is nothing simple about divorce. Among the most complicated issues is spousal support. There are many different factors that help determine alimony. But once the court hands down its decision, both parties are required to comply with the conditions in their divorce decree. But what happens when a former spouse refuses to pay spousal support? What is Spousal Support? Spousal support or alimony is a legal remedy handed down by the court designed to help a financially weaker spouse get back on their …

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Do I Qualify For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Published November 17, 2017 |Posted in Bankruptcy

Do I Qualify For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

It can be easy to fall into debt. Unfortunately, it can be extremely difficult to get out. Countless people throughout Florida are currently in a financial crisis. They can’t pay their mortgage, utility bills or rent. The loss of a job, a divorce or rising medical bills can place anyone in a difficult position. When faced with limited debt relief options, many people decide to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. However, not everybody may qualify. The first important step is to seek advice from an experienced and knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney. What Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Chapter 7 bankruptcy is one …

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When Should I Contact a Personal Injury Attorney?

Published November 11, 2017 |Posted in Personal Injury Attorney

When Should I Contact a Personal Injury Attorney?

Accidents and injuries can happen anywhere at anytime. You may have slipped on a wet floor in the grocery store or suffered a neck injury in a car accident. But does it mean you can file a personal injury case in Florida? Not necessarily. In order to collect compensation in a personal injury lawsuit, your injuries must have been caused by a negligent party. Even if you have suffered serious or catastrophic injuries in an accident, you may not have a valid personal injury claim. Important Questions To Ask Before you seek legal representation from a personal injury attorney, it …

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How To Choose a Foreclosure Defense Attorney

Published November 3, 2017 |Posted in Foreclosure

How To Choose a Foreclosure Defense Attorney

Homeownership has long been considered the American Dream. Unfortunately, many homeowners across Florida are on the verge of losing their homes. The loss of a job, a divorce or mounting medical bills can place anyone in a difficult financial situation. Many are no longer able to pay their mortgage and face a possible foreclosure. During this difficult time, it is vital to seek representation from a knowledgeable and experienced foreclosure defense attorney. But how do you choose? Here are some helpful tips. Do You Need a Foreclosure Defense Attorney? Before you decide to hire a legal professional, it is important …

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Estate Planning: How Doing It (And Not Doing It) Affects Your Children

Published October 27, 2017 |Posted in Estate Planning Attorney

Estate Planning: How Doing It (And Not Doing It) Affects Your Children

No one is immortal. That’s a sad thing to think about even for a second, but it doesn’t make it any less true. You may be in denial about your own mortality, but you shouldn’t make excuses when it comes to estate planning. After all, ignoring the importance of estate planning or writing a will improperly may bring further suffering to your family. Poor or no estate planning whatsoever may have a negative effect on your children. Having no money or thinking, “oh well, I will do it later” shouldn’t get in the way of you providing your family and …

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Dismissal of Foreclosure Action Reversal is REAL: Here’s What You Should Do

Being a homeowner in foreclosure is tough. Being a homeowner in foreclosure undergoing bankruptcy and being on the verge of losing your property is even tougher. A home is more than just four walls where you sleep, eat, work and watch Game of Thrones. Your home is the place where you create unforgettable memories, the place where you may have realized you fell in love, raised your family or even shared the best pizza ever with your loved ones. But there are people who are after your home in Wesley Chapel or anywhere across Florida. The bank wants to take …

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Florida Boating Accident Deaths Continue to Increase

Published October 21, 2017 |Posted in Personal Injury Attorney

Florida Boating Accident Deaths Continue to Increase

If you love the great outdoors, there are few better places to live in Florida than Wesley Chapel. With the beautiful year-round weather, it is the perfect location to enjoy boating along Florida’s Gulf Coast. But owning a boat requires responsibility. Even the most experienced boat owners find themselves in trouble by failing to exercise caution. The statistics are frightening. According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, there were 671 recreating boating accidents throughout the state in 2015. Those numbers increased in 2016. Those numbers are almost double than those in California and New York. The leading causes …

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HOA Threatens to Foreclose a Wesley Chapel Home Over Unpainted Mailbox

Published October 13, 2017 |Posted in Foreclosure

HOA Threatens to Foreclose a Wesley Chapel Home Over Unpainted Mailbox

Home ownership is supposed to be the American dream. But it has turned into a nightmare for Wesley Chapel homeowner Joe DiVerde. His homeowner’s association has given him an ultimatum–either paint your mailbox, pay a $1,000 fine or face a foreclosure. Due to an address mix-up. DiVerde did not receive any notices from homeowner’s association until it was too late. The Frightening Reality of Losing Your Home DiVerde lives in the Seven Oaks subdivision in Wesley Chapel. Last August, his homeowner’s association (Associa) had sent out a warning that ordered DiVerde to paint his mailbox. The only problem was, the …

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Why Filing For Bankruptcy is a Good Option

Published October 12, 2017 |Posted in Bankruptcy

Why Filing For Bankruptcy is a Good Option

There is often a stigma placed on those who file for bankruptcy. Many believe it is a sign of failure. But that is hardly the case. Some of the most successful people in American history have filed for bankruptcy including Abraham Lincoln, Walt Disney, and even current President Donald Trump. Tough financial times can happen to anyone. The loss of a job, a divorce and huge medical bills can place anyone in a difficult position. Bankruptcy is one of the most effective tools to help people resolve their debt issues and get a fresh start on their finances. First, it …

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What You Should Know When Preparing a Will

Published October 7, 2017 |Posted in Estate Planning Attorney

What You Should Know When Preparing a Will

Chances are you have worked hard to accumulate your wealth. Before you think about living out your golden years, it is important that your assets and property are passed down to the appropriate family members or loved ones. Unfortunately, far too many successful people in Pasco County have yet to prepare a last will. It can be a little creepy and unnerving to think about your death. But it is also important to make sure your children and loved one’s have a bright future. Most people think creating a will is simply making a list of assets and where they …

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