Father-Son Team Hoyt to Run Last Boston Marathon

Father-Son Team Hoyt to Run Last Boston Marathon

Team Hoyt has become a fixture on the Boston Marathon course, but after running it more than 30 times, the father-and-son team has decided it’s time to say goodbye. ABC News Radio reports.

Income Taxes Are Due April 15th, Divorce May Make Your Return Trickier

Income Taxes Are Due April 15th, Divorce May Make Your Return Trickier

“Conscious uncoupling” might become all the rage now that actress Gwyneth Paltrow and musician Chris Martin have announced they are separating in a cooperative and respectful way. But there is nothing touchy feely about divorce in the eyes of the Internal Revenue Service. Lauren Young reports for the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Orlando Magic’s Gay Fans Show Support for Nets’ Jason Collins

Orlando Magic’s Gay Fans Show Support for Nets’ Jason Collins

A segment of Orlando’s gay community, seated in Section 220, will be cheering for Brooklyn’s backup center when the Nets play the Orlando Magic on Wednesday at the Amway Center. Jeff Kunerth reports for the Orlando Sentinel.

How are retirement assets distributed? | Orlando Men’s Divorce Law Firm

How are retirement assets distributed? | Orlando Men’s Divorce Law Firm

All retirement assets earned during the time of the marriage are subject to equitable distribution during divorce settlements. Problems arise when someone has earned retirement assets prior to the marriage. The lawyers at Men’s Divorce Law Firm of Orlando will either use rough estimates to reach a settlement, or hire a forensic accountant who will […]

Father-Son Team Hoyt to Run Last Boston Marathon

Father-Son Team Hoyt to Run Last Boston Marathon


Team Hoyt has become a fixture on the Boston Marathon course, but after running it more than 30 times, the father-and-son team has decided it’s time to say goodbye. ABC News Radio reports. Continue Reading

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Income Taxes Are Due April 15th, Divorce May Make Your Return Trickier

Income Taxes Are Due April 15th, Divorce May Make Your Return Trickier


“Conscious uncoupling” might become all the rage now that actress Gwyneth Paltrow and musician Chris Martin have announced they are separating in a cooperative and respectful way. But there is nothing touchy feely about divorce in the eyes of the Internal Revenue Service. Lauren Young reports for the Thomson Reuters Foundation. Continue Reading

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Orlando Magic’s Gay Fans Show Support for Nets’ Jason Collins

Orlando Magic’s Gay Fans Show Support for Nets’ Jason Collins


A segment of Orlando’s gay community, seated in Section 220, will be cheering for Brooklyn’s backup center when the Nets play the Orlando Magic on Wednesday at the Amway Center. Jeff Kunerth reports for the Orlando Sentinel. Continue Reading

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How are retirement assets distributed? | Orlando Men’s Divorce Law Firm


All retirement assets earned during the time of the marriage are subject to equitable distribution during divorce settlements. Problems arise when someone has earned retirement assets prior to the marriage. The lawyers at Men’s Divorce Law Firm of Orlando will either use rough estimates to reach a settlement, or hire a forensic accountant who will analyze the growth of retirement funds over time. This becomes more complicated as funds are often transferred between accounts.

If you have questions regarding your retirement assets during a divorce, call the Men’s Divorce Law Firm at 407.896.2677  to schedule a consultation.

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How are country club memberships handled? | Orlando Men’s Divorce Law Firm


Country club memberships often require exorbitant fees and are a main source of social interaction for both parties in a divorce settlement. Therefore, there is both a financial and a social incentive for both parties to desire to maintain the membership. If the parties cannot decide on a settlement regarding the membership, a decision is made by the court.

If you are unsure what to expect during a divorce or to discuss coming to a settlement with your spouse, contact the Men’s Divorce Law Firm today at 407.896.2677 to schedule a consultation.

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How are debts handled in Florida? | Orlando Men’s Divorce Law Firm


 

Debts in Florida are distributed just like assets in equitable distribution. However, the attorneys at Men’s Divorce Law Firm attempt to split the debts and assets equally to create a fair distribution of equal value.

If you and your spouse are going through divorce, call the Orlando men’s lawyers at Men’s Divorce Law Firm  at 407.896.2677 for information.

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How much does the pre-screening cost? | Orlando Men’s Divorce Law Firm


The Men’s Divorce Law Firm of Orlando does not charge for a pre-screening. If you call the office or email through the website, an attorney at the firm will respond via your preferred form of communication and obtain your background information to make sure they can help you. When you come to the office for a full consultation, there is a charge of $300. However, there is no set time limit for the consultation.

Contact the Orlando men’s divorce attorneys at Men’s Divorce Law Firm for more information.

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Why do you prefer working with male clients? | Orlando Men’s Divorce Law Firm


Jeffrey Feulner of Men’s Divorce Law Firm of Orlando prefers working with male clients due to his own life experiences. Like the men that come to him for help, Jeffrey has personally gone through divorce and paternity cases. He feels the need to champion men’s rights in divorce, paternity, and similar cases.

Call Jeffrey Feulner at 407.896.2677 if you need help with your divorce or paternity case.

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What happens if I am not working? | Orlando Men’s Divorce Law Firm


If you are not currently working, the court can impute your income for purposes of calculating child support or alimony. If you don’t have a detailed or expansive work history, the court will impute minimum wage. The court will use the median income wage of all U.S. household workers if you do not provide any information regarding your income or work history.

The Men’s Divorce Law Firm can answer any questions you have regarding men’s rights regarding child support in Florida and many other subjects. Contact the experienced attorneys at Men’s Divorce Law Firm if you have any questions at 407.896.2677.

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Attorney Jean Moses Has Rejoined the Men’s Divorce Law Firm

Attorney Jean Moses Has Rejoined the Men’s Divorce Law Firm


Jean Marie Moses returns after a brief hiatus to serve Of Counsel to the Men’s Divorce Law Firm. Continue Reading

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