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Understanding Different Types of Alimony in a Florida Divorce

Posted on May 6, 2019 at 8:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Usually called spousal support, alimony can also be termed maintenance. It generally allows a spouse with a superior financial position to support a spouse after the end (and sometimes during) the marriage. Alimony is also meant to maintain the lower-earning spouses lifestyle/standard of living they grew accustomed to before the divorce.

In Florida, there are 6 different types of alimony available to the lower-earning spouse: temporary, bridge the gap, lump sum, rehabilita...

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Alimony and your Rights in Florida- How to Negotiate a Fair Settlement Effectively

Posted on January 10, 2019 at 7:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Alimony and your Rights in Florida- How to Negotiate a Fair Settlement Effectively

As is often the case, Divorces which drag on for long periods usually do so because of disagreement about the distribution of assets.

If you are planning on getting Divorced, or have already filed and are in the beginning of the process, there are some important points you should consider. A divorce decree will substantially affect your life for years to come- it is essentia...

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Orlando Divorce Lawyer- Modifying a Parenting Plan, Is It Possible?

Posted on December 8, 2018 at 11:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Parenting Plans are usually included in Divorce Judgments and are hard to modify without substantial need. Florida Statute 61.13 generally says you must show a “substantial, permanent, and unanticipated” change of circumstances; then the plan can be modified to suit the best interests of the child.

What all this means is that there are large obstacles in the way, and a change should only be attempted if the parent believes they have the strongest poss...

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Orlando Personal Injury Lawyer- How to Deal with a Hit-and-Run Accident.

Posted on December 2, 2018 at 5:55 PM Comments comments (0)

In Florida, Hit-and-Run accidents occur frequently. Unfortunately, the injured party is sometimes left without recourse as the offender cannot be found. Whether you were involved in an accident where the other party left the scene, or are being accused of leaving the scene yourself, here are some helpful tips:

-Be sure to provide your information and render aid. Florida law requires you provide your drivers license, name, address, and registration to the other party. Additio...

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Orlando Auto Injury Lawyer- Vehicle Defects and Car Accidents: Are you Responsible?

Posted on December 2, 2018 at 5:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Contemporary vehicles are advanced machines with a multitude of sensors and systems. While the increased complexity makes the vehicles more convenient, it also increases the chance something may go wrong.

What happens if a defective vehicle component malfunctions and is the sole reason for the collision?

The Insurance company, both yours and the other sides-will want to ask a number of questions-have you maintained the vehicle properly, has this part ever f...

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When Should I Hire a Brevard Injury Lawyer?

Posted on November 23, 2018 at 4:00 PM Comments comments (0)

If you’re injured, The Eugenios Law Offices suggest you hire an attorney immediately. Insurance companies and large corporations usually do not pay out reasonable settlements without some sort of conflict. Even if you did nothing wrong, you can expect a long fight to get the justice you deserve.

Most importantly, hiring a lawyer soon after the accident will help preserve evidence. Witness memory, construction and changes to the area, even the weather will play a part i...

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Brevard Injury Lawyer: Can you Sue if your Uber/Lyft vehicle gets in an accident?

Posted on November 23, 2018 at 4:00 PM Comments comments (0)

can you sue if your Uber/Lyft vehicle gets in an accident?

As we all know, driving a large, heavy machine like a truck or car can be dangerous. Accidents do happen, but what if you’re injured while a passenger in an Uber or Lyft vehicle?

You enter a Contractual relationship with the Uber or Lyft company when you accept a ride with one of their employees. As in any other business, both Lyft and Uber have insurance policies which cover their drivers and...

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Brevard Lawyer Tips for Dealing with mental trauma after an accident.

Posted on November 23, 2018 at 4:00 PM Comments comments (0)

When someone is involved in an accident, the resulting injuries can have both physical and mental effects. While your physical injuries may be dealt with on an immediate basis, the mental harm caused by this type of incident can stretch on long after your physical injuries have healed. PTSD, anxiety, mood swings, reliving the event, and depression are symptoms connected to your injury which can manifest themselves in different ways during your regular life.

It is always impo...

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Orlando Motorcycle Accident Lawyer- Can a motorcyclist sue if he/she isn't physically contacted by a vehicle?

Posted on September 28, 2018 at 8:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Motorcycle riding can be dangerous, especially when other motorists aren’t paying attention. A no-contact motorcycle accident occurs when a cyclist has to maneuver out of the way quickly. Commonly, the motorcyclist will lose control due to this maneuvering and a crash may occur.

In the state of Florida, a motorcyclist can sue if another driver‘s actions caused his/her injuries. However, a suit will only find ground if the cyclist can prove the other driver acted ...

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What should central Florida residents do if they are Injured at a Business

Posted on August 17, 2018 at 4:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Imagine you’re walking in a local store and slip on a piece of merchandise carelessly left on the floor. If you don’t require immediate medical attention, there are a few things you should do.

1. Document the scene- photos, cell phone videos, even a rough drawing of the scene will help later on.

2. Witnesses- get the contact information of people standing around the scene where the accident occurred. These statements will be very helpful should ...

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