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Florida Women’s Law Group Welcomes Attorneys Andrea Kast And Andrea LehnerFWLG | Sep 12 2019
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA – Florida Women’s Law Group, divorce and family law for women only, is proud to announce and welcome Attorneys Andrea Kast and Andrea Lehner to our law firm. Heather Quick, owner and CEO of Florida Women’s Law Group, states “We are very excited to add two strong litigators to our team. Our attorneys are tenacious and exhibit a fearless and focused advocacy for women’s rights. Both attorneys’ passion and legal expertise will be an asset to this firm.”
Florida Divorce Guide – Uncontested Vs. Contested DivorcesFWLG | Aug 15 2019
Florida Divorce Guide
Going through a divorce is a difficult process, even if both parties want to end the marriage. Understanding the different terms related to divorce actions in Florida can help reduce the stress and anxiety you might feel as you begin discussing divorce options. While it is not difficult to understand the difference between an uncontested and contested divorce, there are distinct consequences of choosing to go one route over another route.
How You Can Show Your Love In Proper Estate PlanningMar 15 2019
Proper Estate Planning
An estate plan is probably not high on your list of ways you can show your love. However, when you die without an estate plan or your estate plan is poorly designed, you leave a mess for your loved ones to clean up. Without an estate plan, the time and cost involved in finalizing your affairs are greater.
Prenuptial Agreements Are For Women Too, Why Don’t They Initiate It More OftenFWLG | Jan 25 2019
Prenuptial Agreements Are For Women Too
When you think about a prenuptial agreement, you may think about the stereotypical situation in which an older, wealthy man marries a much younger woman. However, prenups have lost much of the stigma that many people associated with the legal agreements.
He Wants A DivorceFWLG | Mar 23 2018
Being told by your spouse that he wants a divorce can have you running the entire gamut of emotions and responses, from feeling completely blindsided to utterly unsurprised. Whatever the case, these are not situations that are generally easy to cope with. From the uncertainty of property and assets that you’ve accumulated since you got married to the custody of your children, the news that your husband wants a divorce is a psychological shockwave that requires thought as well as action to recuperate from.