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April 2018 Archives

How to alter your will after a divorce

Divorce is a tumultuous time. In addition to having to determine child custody and property division, you also need to change your living trust and will. As soon as the divorce is final, you want to get to work making sure these documents contain essential updates.

My ex has stopped paying child support owed—what can I do?

If your ex-spouse is skipping child support payments and leaving you in need, Florida courts offer legal recourse to help recover what is owed. Depending on the reason for non-payment, there are a range of penalties that may be leveled, including fines, jail time and more.

Important estate planning steps for new parents

If you are among the many new parents across Florida, you may find that sleeping schedules, feeding schedules and exhaustion now dominate your day-to-day life. Given all you have going on, it can be easy to let something like estate planning fall to the wayside, but once you become a parent, it becomes even more important that you have your ducks in a row with regard to future plans. At the Day Law Office, we understand the unique estate planning needs faced by new parents, and we have helped many clients in similar positions begin to formulate plans for the future.

Divorce and mental health

For Floridians going through divorce, it can be difficult to spot the light at the end of a tunnel. It may take months -- and even years -- to notice that the closing of one door has resulted in the opening of many others. Regardless of the stage, divorce can have a number of different effects on family members. If children are in the picture, they can become the sole focus; while caring for each family member is important, maintaining self-care and preserving mental health should be a priority for everyone involved. 

Explaining the bankruptcy homestead exemption

The decision to file for personal bankruptcy in Hernando County is never an easy one. Depending on your circumstances, you could be forced to liquidate certain assets in order to repay your creditors. Almost all of those who come to us here at Day Law preparing to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy share the same question: Will I get to keep my home? If you are contemplating bankruptcy yourself, you can understand their concern. Fortunately, state law does allow you to exempt certain assets from your bankruptcy case. 

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