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What Happens to Your Retirement Account During a Florida Divorce?

By Crystal C. Spencer |

You’ve made the tough decision to end a Florida marriage. Now comes another harsh reality.  You might not be in as good a financial standing as when you were married. Consider the assets you’ve accumulated during the marriage – a house, property, boats, cars, jewelry, clothes, a bank account or two.  All assets are… Read More »

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Is a Personal injury Settlement Part of Marital Property During a Divorce?

By Crystal C. Spencer |

It’s one of the first questions someone involved in a personal injury case has when they are divorcing – will the proceeds have to be divided with my divorcing spouse? It’s a good question and there are a number of answers. In short, it all depends.   Crystal Collins Spencer can answer your questions… Read More »

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Divorced Parents: Planning for Family Vacations

By Crystal C. Spencer |

There are a number of different ways that families are adjusting to the realities of divorce these days. You may have read about celebrities who decide they will all vacation together – former spouse, their new partner, wife or husband and their new partner and all of the kids combined into one big happy… Read More »

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Protecting Your Assets During a Divorce

By Crystal C. Spencer |

If you have made the painful decision to divorce, you don’t also want to add financial worries to your emotional pain. If you have planned adequately, you can minimize any hit to your assets in a Florida divorce. Crystal Collins Spencer has experience planning in advance of your marriage dissolution to protect your assets… Read More »

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The Sad Reality: Sometimes Divorce Is the Only Choice

By Crystal C. Spencer |

No one will want to tell you this when you marry, but sometimes things do not work out and divorce is the best option. It is a harsh reality, but it is true in many cases. Consider the case of a young couple who marry in their 20s. They are just starting out in… Read More »

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How Will Parenting Plans be Impacted by the Coronavirus?

By Crystal C. Spencer |

Crystal Collins Spencer, founder of Spencer Law, wants to assure everyone that the office is taking your safety very seriously as we all confront the unprecedent COVID-19 virus. We are open for appointments and keep our office sanitized. If you prefer, we can schedule your appointment via conference call or video conferencing. Parenting and… Read More »

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Should I Stay in the Marital Home During a Divorce?

By Crystal C. Spencer |

Besides children and finances, deciding who will reside in the marital home is one of the most common issues during a divorce. Your home was supposed to be your sanctuary, a place to raise the children and be a family unit. Now that that dream is shattered, you may feel the need to cling… Read More »

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Creating a Divorce Plan

By Crystal C. Spencer |

Your hopes for a successful marriage are now over. Your marriage is irretrievably broken and it’s time to make a plan for how to go about getting divorced.  We are sorry that this has happened to you but, making plans will minimize controversy and contention and hopefully create a more peaceful co-existence for both… Read More »

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How to Choose a Divorce Attorney

By Crystal C. Spencer |

When a person makes the decision to divorce, there are dozens of different things to consider, from where one will live while the divorce is pending to how issues in the divorce will be resolved and more. But before any major decisions are made, there’s something else to think about: who will provide legal… Read More »

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Do I Have to Pay Child Support While My Child is in College?

By Crystal C. Spencer |

College costs can be exorbitant. A growing number of college graduates have huge student loan burdens, and a shrinking number of parents are able to cover their children’s college expenses. This challenging situation becomes even more complex when you factor in divorce and child support. If you are going through a divorce or you… Read More »

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