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Property Division Issues Related to Insurance in Divorce Cases
Property Division Issues Related to Insurance in Divorce Cases

Characterization of Marital Property in Florida In Florida, all marital property is subject to equitable distribution between the parties upon divorce. Under Florida Statutes § 61.075, marital property includes any property and assets acquired by the parties during the ...

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