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On Florida Prenuptial Agreements

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Once seen as only necessary for rich people, prenuptial agreements or prenups are much more common for couples in all walks of life. While not every marriage will be in need of a prenup, there are several situations in which one may make life substantially easier in the event of a divorce or other… Read More »

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Frequently Asked Questions On Florida Child Support

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

If you are planning to divorce in Florida, and you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse have minor children, one or both of you will wind up paying child support after your divorce is final. That said, it is all too easy to become confused about the issue of support, with recent changes to state law… Read More »

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The Elective Share And Florida Estate Planning

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Florida has a rule referred to as the ‘elective share,’ designed to protect a surviving spouse from being completely disinherited by their spouse’s will. While the elective share is less commonly taken than it used to be, it is still possible for a spouse to avail themselves of this provision. However, if this happens,… Read More »

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Unique Factors In Florida Military Divorce

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Divorce is never an easy event, but if you or your spouse (or both of you) are members of the U.S. military, there are several issues that you will have to contend with during your divorce that civilians take for granted. If you have questions or concerns about the divorce process, enlisting an experienced… Read More »

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Child Support & College In Florida

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

If a child decides they want to attend college, their parents may choose to contribute or to decline. Some states, such as Hawaii, incorporate college expenses into child support obligations, but as of this writing, Florida is not one of them. In most cases, Florida courts see parents’ choosing to contribute to their child’s… Read More »

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Installing Security Cameras In Florida Condo Associations

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

More and more often nowadays, community associations are installing security cameras in common areas, in order to combat potential criminal acts (for example, vandalism) or negligent behavior. However, an association cannot simply install them – Florida case law holds that to install cameras is a ‘material or substantial alteration’ to the common areas, and… Read More »

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Child Custody When One Parent Is Deployed

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

When one or both parents are in the military, and they decide to divorce, one of the first things that they will try to work out is child custody. Florida law starts from the belief that the court must act in the best interests of the child, but every case will hinge on a… Read More »

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Potential Advantages Of A Florida Prenuptial Agreement

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Quite a lot of ink has been spilled about potential issues that can happen if you and your spouse execute a prenuptial agreement – but there are several potential advantages that you can take advantage of as well, particularly if this is a second marriage for either or both of you. If you or… Read More »

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Parking Violations & Florida Condo Associations

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

When you rent or purchase a condominium in Florida, you should be aware that the strong majority of them are overseen by condo boards, which have guiding rules and regulations that must be obeyed. One of the most common causes of disputes between condo owners, or between an owner and the condo board, is… Read More »

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No-Contest Clauses In Florida Probate

By Steven A. Mason, P.A. |

Many people who have their will executed specifically ask to include what is known as an in terrorem or no-contest clause in the document. In most states, a no-contest clause specifically seeks to punish any beneficiary of the will who decides to attack the document’s validity. Florida, however, is one of two states where… Read More »

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