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Will the business of divorce affect your small business?

The decision to divorce does not mean that your Florida small business will cease to function. In fact, your family-owned business can continue to prosper, even while you walk through the entire divorce process. However, the end of your marriage will affect your business in a few ways. For example, which spouse will keep the business? Can you share ownership after divorce? Is it possible to retain full or sole ownership?

How to handle car insurance in a divorce

When it comes to issues related to divorce, Florida residents may not put much thought into what happens to their car insurance policy. While it may be tempting to kick a former spouse off of a policy, it cannot happen without that person's consent. Insurance companies may ask that a removal request be presented in writing to prove that consent has been given.

Getting a DNA test when requesting child support

When an unmarried woman is seeking child support, Florida family law courts often require DNA testing before the man is ordered to make payments. Due to the advances in technology, DNA testing has high accuracy rates, leaving no doubt whether or not a man is related to the child.

Custody and support decisions for Blac Chyna, Rob Kardashian

Florida residents who are "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" might know about the custody battle involving Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna, but others may not be familiar with the family law decisions the former couple faces. When the pair got together in the beginning of 2016, they quickly fell in love and became engaged. They had a baby girl during their short romance and were even given a reality show spinoff.

Establishing paternity to outline rights and responsibilities

Paternity is a complex legal issue that affects every member of a Florida family. There likely are various reasons why paternity is not immediately clear or legally recognized, but either the mother or father may move to do so at any time. Once established, this would outline both the rights and responsibilities of both parents.

Why child support calculators may not be accurate

When a Florida couple is heading towards divorce, determining how much the non-custodial parent may be required to pay in child support may be a priority. Before the couple heads to court, they could use a child support calculator to estimate the child support payments. However, it should be noted that the amount is only an estimation and a parent may be ordered to pay more or less by the court.

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