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Impact Factors Florida Alimony Awards

Factors that Can Impact Florida Alimony Award Amounts If you are divorcing, you may be concerned about how much alimony you might receive or have to pay. As a veteran Tampa divorce attorney, Nilo J. Sanchez knows that alimony is a major concern of couples who are divorcing in Tampa Bay. Whether you will be [...]

Tampa Florida Jurisdictional Issues & Parental Relocation

Florida Jurisdictional Issues & Parental Relocation Unmarried Parents, Relocation with a Minor Child Out of State Relocating with a minor child in Florida is a hot topic, especially given that Florida is such a transient state for many. With an increasing number of unmarried parents in Florida, mother's having sole parental responsibility and custody is [...]

2019-05-21T00:00:33+00:00May 20th, 2019|child custody|0 Comments

Temporary Relief Mitigates Distress in Contested Divorces

In Florida, contested divorces require a variety of matters to be settled before your divorce is finalized. Divorcing couples can opt to settle the terms of their divorce through negotiation and mediation, marital settlement agreements and via litigation. This is also true of unmarried parents who are establishing paternity. Child support and child custody and [...]

Divorcing in Tampa Bay and New Federal Tax Code

2019 Federal Tax Code is in Effect for Divorcing Couples in Tampa Bay If you did not file for a divorce in 2018 you have missed the deadline to get a court order that secured a federal tax deduction on alimony payments. As of January 1, 2019, President Trump’s new tax code will abolish tax [...]

2019-01-10T23:12:08+00:00January 10th, 2019|Tampa alimony attorney|0 Comments

Tax Implications When Divorcing in Florida

Tax Implications When Divorcing in Florida Many divorcing couples are surprised to discover the many tax implications that will apply in various aspects of their divorce. In particular, high net worth divorces are susceptible to difficult taxation matters. Understanding how taxes can be beneficial or detrimental when negotiating a marital settlement agreement is crucial. Hiring [...]