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Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. is an Orlando Probate and Collaborative Divorce. As a Orlando Trust Administration Attorney, Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. takes pride in conflict prevention approach and conflict resolution approach to family law and senior law cases.  Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. treats every one of his clients with respect and kindness. Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. values meeting new clients. Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. utilize his experience to direct them through various family law and senior law matters.

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Trusts and Estates Law for Paralegals April 30 2024

We are thrilled to announce that Aubrey Ducker, a distinguished figure in the legal field, will be presenting at the Institute for Paralegal Education’s (IPE) upcoming course titled “Trusts and Estates Law for Paralegals.” This event is scheduled for Tuesday, April 30, 2024, and promises to be an enriching experience for paralegals and legal professionals…

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Seniors Take Charge Powerful Strategies to Prevent Financial Exploitation
Seniors, Take Charge: Powerful Strategies to Prevent Financial Exploitation

You deserve peace and security in your golden years, especially regarding your finances. However, the reality is that financial exploitation and fraud targeting seniors are rampant. This comprehensive guide, courtesy of Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr., is designed to empower you, providing essential strategies to protect your hard-earned assets and personal information. Embracing Senior Care Living There…

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Moving One of Your Parents Into a Nursing Home

You may have found yourself in a situation where one of your parents can no longer live at home and needs to move into a skilled nursing facility. AgingCare.com notes that it can be a difficult and emotionally challenging time. But there are things you can do to make the process less stressful and painful…

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Organizational Tips for a Stress-Free Home Buying and Selling Process

Buying or selling a home can be an exciting, yet stressful process. There is a lot of paperwork that needs to be taken care of and it's easy to become overwhelmed if you don't stay organized. CPLS has compiled some helpful tips that will help make the experience much smoother. Research What Documents Needed For The…

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Mental Health Awareness Month 2022

Mental Health Awareness Month 2022 There are millions of Americans who live with mental illness. The COVID-19 pandemic especially shined a light on mental health, and brought a new understanding about it. At Aubrey Law, mental health is a priority for our clients and associates. This cause is particularly near and dear to Aubrey Harry Ducker…

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Teeluck T. Persad, Esq. of CPLS, P.A. is Appointed to the US Industry Trade Advisory Committee to the US Department of Commerce for 2022 to 2025

Teeluck T. Persad is Appointed to the US Industry Trade Advisory Committee to the US Department of Commerce for 2022 to 2025 Teeluck T. Persad, Esq. of CPLS, P.A. has been appointed to serve on the Industry Trade Advisory Committee on Small, Minority, and Woman-Led Business (ITAC 9) as a representative of CPLS, P.A. In this…

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Aubrey Harry Ducker Has Received the 2022 Bar Register of Preeminent Attorneys – Listed Lawyer Award

Aubrey Harry Ducker Has Received the 2022 Bar Register of Preeminent Attorneys - Listed Lawyer Award The Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers is THE definitive guide to the most distinguished attorneys in America... Providing Instant Credibility. "Aubrey H. Ducker is an “AV” rated Preeminent Attorney as rated by Martindale Hubbell, the oldest lawyer rating service. He practices…

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World Creativity & Innovation Week 2022 – Proclamation – City of Orlando

World Creativity & Innovation Week - Proclamation - City of Orlando (Mayor Buddy Dyer) - Effective April 15, 2022 Mayor Buddy Dyer has proclaimed World Creativity & Innovation Week from April 15 – 21, 2022, and World Creativity & Innovation Day on April 21, 2022, in the City of Orlando. About IACP Our community has a long history…

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Advanced Family Law in Florida – Live Online Seminar

Advanced Family Law in Florida - Family Law Live Online Seminar Through this course, you can skillfully handle the most challenging family law cases. Additionally, this Family law live online seminar is for attorneys who are looking to expand their skills Family Law itself is very complex. Overall, there are potential complications of having a high-wealth or…

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Best Probate & Collaborative Divorce in Orlando

Best Probate & Collaborative Divorce in Orlando As the best probate and collaborative divorce law firm in Orlando, we are more than equipped to assist you. Most people considering collaborative divorce in Orlando, Florida have worries that the process will be aggressive, drawn-out, and pricey. In some cases, this may be true, but more and more…

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Probate Administration in Orlando | 2022

Probate Administration in Orlando | 2022 Do you need to go through Probate Administration in Orlando, Florida? If so, you just stumbled upon the correct article. But what is probate? A lot of people have no clue. Probate is a court-supervised process that you may go through upon the passing of a family member, spouse, friend,…

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CPLS P.A. Is Proud To Support The Mustard Seed Of Central Florida

CPLS P.A. Is Proud To Support The Mustard Seed Of Central Florida Recently CPLS P.A. was proud to support The Mustard Seed of Central Florida at their “Raise the Table” event in Orlando. The Mustard Seed of Central Florida hosted this event to raise funding for their cause through donations and a silent auction. Orlando Family…

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Special Education Laws 2021

Special Education Laws 2021 COVID-19 threw the entire world a curveball a few years ago. Special education laws in 2021 are attempting to get things back to normal. One of the biggest issues we’ve faced as a community is getting kids back to school safely. This is particularly important with forms of special education due to…

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Communications Considerations for Individuals with Autism

Communications Considerations for Individuals with Autism This past year, organizations across every industry had to grapple with changing internal communications. Unfortunately, common work-from-home tools like Google Hangout, Zoom, and Slack are especially challenging for those diagnosed individuals with autism. (more…)

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Non-Attorney Medical Planners Cannot Give Legal Advice

Did you know....non attorney medical planners cannot give legal advice? Only a licensed attorney can give you all the legal options for Medicaid planning and asset protection. The Florida Supreme Court advised that anyone other than a licensed attorney who provides legal advice about Medicaid planning is engaging in the unlicensed practice of law. Florida Statute…

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Florida Department of Health in Orange County (DOH-Orange) CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Replacement Card requests

Update from the Florida Department of Health in Orange County (DOH-Orange) Starting Monday, July 26, 2021, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County (DOH-Orange) will no longer process CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Replacement Card requests via the online system, but rather move to an appointment-only process through DOH-Orange’s Medical Records Department. In order to secure an appointment,…

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Ethically Representing Clients Under Disability

Ethically Representing Clients Under Disability Like most Mediators, you may take CLE/CME classes for the information and improve your practice, not necessarily for the CLE/CME credits. (more…)

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Special Education & Covid-19 Effects

Special Education & Covid-19 Effects Special Education & Covid-19 Effects. The pandemic has had a big effect on all of us. But one thing Covid really hit hard was our school systems. Children with special needs to be specific. Students with special needs, their parents, and educators faced uniquely complicated challenges during the pandemic. (more…)

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Collaborative Estate Planning In Florida: Online Webinar

Webinar on Collaborative Estate Planning If you or someone you know is interested in preparing for end of life care, estate planning is important. In order to accomplish this, we're here to guide you in the right direction. Consider tuning in to our free webinar on Friday, June 18th @ 12pm EST via Zoom. We will…

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What Is Elder Abuse And How To Report It

What Is Elder Abuse? Since the Netflix movie, ‘I Care A Lot’ was released, elder abuse has become a hotly debated topic. What is elder abuse, you may ask? Although no one is immune to abuse, the elderly population is especially vulnerable due to declining health and strength. And, it can happen regardless of their location,…

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What Can You Do After Receiving Unnecessary Medical Treatments

Unnecessary Medical Treatments: What You Can Do After The Fact Unfortunately, unnecessary health care, testing, and treatment are given more often than you would think. This drives up the cost of health insurance for everyone else and possibly causing harm to a patient. Half Of All Medical Care May Be Wasteful A recent study found that half of…

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Online Seminar: Florida Family Law Challenges

Florida Family Law: Overcoming Issues With The National Business Institute The matters involved in Florida Family Law are just as much delicate as they are challenging. The types of cases seen can typically run high in sentiment and emotion for clients which confirms the fragile nature. In order to navigate the situations with ease and grace,…

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Medicaid Qualification And Asset Protection: All You Need To Know

What To Know About Protecting Assets While Qualifying For Medicaid Did you know that nursing homes are among the biggest creditors you are likely to face in life? It’s true, and the average American is bound to bear this common financial burden at some point. The latest monthly costs calculated by the Genworth Cost of Care…

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Will Probate And Administration Process | Aubrey Law

How To Navigate The Will Probate and Administration Process When someone you love passes away, do you know the right steps to take by law? At the time of passing, most people have assets or carry debt in some form. Personal assets and liabilities are someone's “estate.” Every state has a set of laws stating what…

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Trust Administration Attorney Near Me | Orlando, Florida

Trust Administration Attorney Near Me It is never easy when life decides to take a turn for the worse. When someone passes, how do you know where to begin or what to do? Have you or your partner found yourselves falling out of love and possibly considering divorce? Or, do you have questions about setting up…

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International Child-Centered Divorce Awareness Month

International Child-Centered Divorce Awareness Month Children are like wet cement. Everything that falls on them leaves an impression. ~ Dr. Haim Ginott, World Acclaimed Child Psychologist (more…)

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What Do I Need To Include In My Will? | Orlando Lawyer

What Do I Need To Include In My Will? What do I need to include in my will? Can you know for certain what would become of your family and assets if you were to pass away tomorrow? Many people choose to adopt the notion that tomorrow is guaranteed, when that is simply beyond anyone’s knowledge…

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Safety concerns and child visitation during COVID-19

Safety concerns and child visitation during COVID-19 Covid-19 has been affecting all of us in more ways than one. But one of the most important things that were affected, Families. The number of divorces in 2020 spiked tremendously when covid hit. How are you dealing? Are you co-parenting? What are visits going to be like? Will…

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Child custody & visitation during COVID-19

Child custody & visitation during COVID-19 The COVID-19 outbreak has affected every aspect of American life—from school, work, and travel to how we buy groceries and toiletries. Medical experts agree that social distancing is one way we can help slow the spread of this virus. But what does that mean for child custody & visitation rights?…

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Do Irrevocable trusts avoid probate?

Do Irrevocable trusts avoid probate? Trusts are normally used as part of an estate plan. Trusts help offer multiple benefits to the beneficiaries of a decedent upon death. Such as avoidance of probate as well as potentially avoiding payment of estate taxes. Benefits to the decedent include the ability to control how the trust assets are…

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FREE Webinar on Ethically Representing Clients under Disability & Evaluating Your Client

CPLS is hosting a FREE webinar on FREE Webinar on Ethically Representing Clients under Disability & Evaluating Your Client. Join us on Friday, October 30th, 2020 at 12 p.m. via Zoom. The webinar will be hosted by Aubrey Ducker, Esq. Aubrey Harry Ducker, Jr. is a Partner in the Orlando office of CPLS, P.A. He…

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FREE Webinar on Electronic Wills, Remote Notarization & Other Scary Things

CPLS is hosting a FREE webinar on Electronic Wills, Remote Notarization & Other Scary Things. Join us on Friday, October 16th, 2020 at 12 p.m. via Zoom. The webinar will be hosted by Hallie Zobel. Attorney Zobel has been a probate and estate planning attorney serving the Central Florida community for over 30 years. (more…)…

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FREE Webinar on Criminal Law and Immigration: How Criminal Activity Affects Immigration

CPLS is hosting a FREE webinar on Criminal Law and Immigration: How Criminal Activity Affects Immigration. Join us on Friday, October 9th, 2020 at 12 p.m. via Zoom. The webinar will be hosted by Evelyn J. Pabon Figueroa. Evelyn J. Pabon Figueroa is a Partner in the Orlando office of CPLS, P.A. She is a…

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A Guide To Estate Planning With No Heirs

When it comes to estate planning, one of the most important parts are knowing how you’ll divide your assets. You must take all things into consideration. Even if you are single and childless, there are still plenty of factors that play into estate planning. Regardless of whether or not you have any heirs or immediate…

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Administrative trust after death

Administrative trust after death Distributing a person's assets after they die depends on the instructions left behind in a will or trust. In situations where instructions were not left, the state laws govern the distribution of property regardless of the desires a person may have expressed before passing away. A trust may be created during life,…

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Divorces During COVID-19 and How To Get A Divorce

For better or worse, COVID-19 has impacted both relationships and marriages. In turn, it is not surprising that divorces during COVID-19 have been on the rise. The extended time spent at home with family has caused a lot of tension. In an unfortunate twist of fate, the quarantine has revealed a lot of incompatibility issues…

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Your Guide On Managing Estate Assets

The probate process is used when loved ones die and they do not leave behind a will. Their assets are not immediately given out and their debts aren’t immediately paid off. Probate can last for years, and it can be a very costly and time-consuming process. It can be difficult to manage loved ones' assets…

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Alimony Issues During the COVID-19 Crisis

So far, COVID-19 has had a profound impact on a wide range of legal matters. Life and circumstances have changed for many different people while quarantining and social distancing. COVID-19 has also had an impact on employment in America. As a result, many Americans are grappling with the financial issues from the pandemic. Attorney Aubrey…

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Family Law: Child custody and divorce law tips.

Family Law: Child custody and divorce law tips. What does a family lawyer do? Child custody and divorce law: Family law deals with issues that are family-related and issues of domestic relations. Most family law practices focus on representing clients within a divorce and the issues related to divorces such as the division of marital property, child…

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What Are Revocable And Irrevocable Trusts? | Trusts and Estate Planning | Aubrey Law

An irrevocable trust is a type of trust where its terms cannot be modified, amended, or terminated without the permission of the grantor's named beneficiary or beneficiaries. The grantor, having effectively transferred all ownership of assets into the trust, legally removes all their rights of ownership to the assets and the trust. (more…)

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Best Collaborative Practice in Orlando | Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr.

Best Collaborative Practice in Orlando Aubrey law is known as one of the top collaborative practice attorneys in Orlando Florida. Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. handles Collaborative Practice - a voluntary dispute resolution process in which parties settle without resort to litigation. (more…)

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Do You Need A Probate Attorney In Orlando?

Do You Need A Probate Attorney In Orlando? When a loved one passes away, it is an emotional process for everyone involved. Then, there is the issue of how their assets and will are managed after their death. A probate attorney in Orlando will be able to navigate issues with wills and resolve issues with family…

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Commonly asked questions on Probate Litigation

Commonly asked questions on Probate Litigation What Are Probate And Administrative Litigation, How Can It Help You Probate Litigation is a process that deals with the estate of a loved one who has passed away. It is not the easiest thing in the world. This process can seem very tiring and overwhelming. So, in this blog, we…

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How Court Filings and Hearings Have Been Affected By the Coronavirus in Florida

How Court Filings and Hearings Have Been Affected By the Coronavirus in Florida Court filings and hearings have been affected by the coronavirus in Florida and social distancing is not making anything any easier. Social distancing is the norm these days, and there is little indication that that is going to change any time soon. Some states…

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Best Trust Administration & Litigation in Orlando Attorney

Administration of the Living Trust After the Death of the Trust Maker Do you need the most trusted and recommended trust administration and litigation in Orlando to assist you in the post-death administration of a living trust in Florida? Do you need the administration of a trust or estate in the event of a trust maker's…

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Are Electronic Wills Coming To Florida In 2020?

Are Electronic Wills Coming To Florida In 2020? In the current COVID-19 crisis, more Americans have been thinking about the future- specifically, their mortality. This pandemic has pushed many Americans to write or rewrite their wills. Due to concerns about social distancing, it looks like electronic wills are coming to Florida in 2020. (more…)

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Trust Administration and how can it help you?

What is Trust Administration and how can it help you? When a loved one passes and they have a trust, the process of Trust Administration will need to be undertaken. Many attorneys make trust administration sound straightforward at the time their client signs the trust contract without describing completely what will have to be done upon…

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Why Is Collaborative Divorce a Good Alternative Choice to Traditional Divorce?

What is Collaborative Divorce? A collaborative divorce occurs when the spouses are able to work out a divorce court agreement. What Is Collaborative Divorce? Spouses divorcing must decide how to proceed and whether they will require support from attorneys, mediators, and other divorce professionals. Some couples end up in a lengthy, high situation of conflict with lawyers…

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Best Divorce Attorney in Orlando

Best Divorce Attorney in Orlando The Best Divorce Attorney in Orlando is Aubrey Law! Life can be filled with many tough situations that test the strength of your character. Divorce being one of those main situations. Divorce is not only hard on the people going through it but also the families of the divorcees. divorce affects…

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Special Education Lawyer in Orlando

Special Education Lawyer in Orlando The top Special Education Lawyer in Orlando is Aubrey Law. Special Education is not easy for anyone. There can be plenty of ups and downs when it comes to your child’s or children’s education. There are multiple forms of special education. When most people hear the words “special education” they think…

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Best Divorce Attorney in Orlando

Aubrey Law is the Best Divorce Attorney in Orlando! Life can be filled with many hardships and tough situations that test the strength of your character. Divorce being one of those main situations. Divorce is not only hard on the people going through it but also the families of the divorcees. It affects family, children,…

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Sandwich Generation Seminar on Estate Planning

Seminar on Estate Planning Sandwich Generation Seminar about Estate Planning presented by Attorney Aubrey Ducker, Esq., Attorney Hallie Zobel, Esq., and Attorney T. Scott Tufts, Esq., REGISTER NOW! – Limited seating. Monday, February 17, 2020 at 4:45 PM – 6:30 PM CPLS, P.A. - 201 E Pine St, Ste 445, Orlando, Florida 32801 Reserve Your Spot About Aubrey Harry Ducker…

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About CPLS: The Center for Professional Leadership Services

Orlando Family Law Attorney CPLS is a firm that has the office of Orlando Family Law Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. CPLS, P.A. was founded as a full-service law firm that offers a broad range of legal services to individuals, small businesses, and multi-national corporations. The Firm has expanded to also include executive consultants and mediators…

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Stuarts Webb’s Letter to Justice Keith: The Collaborative Law Movement

What Is Collaborative Divorce What is collaborative divorce? Fortunately for most people, divorce is nothing like it is in the movies. It is often an exaggerated event where a husband and wife routinely engage in arguments and children are crying up in their rooms. In reality, most divorces are nothing like this. The truth is most…

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Aubrey Law: Best Family Law Attorney in Orlando!

Aubrey Law: Best Family Law Attorney in Orlando! Aubrey Law is the best Family Law Attorney in Orlando! There are so many hard and difficult situations you go through in this world and in your life. Divorce and family law being among these situations.  Divorce and Family Law is not only hard and tough for you,…

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Best Family Attorney in Winter Park & Orlando Florida

Lawyer shows the scales of justice in hand on a blurred background. Best Family Attorney, Aubrey law? Here at Aubrey Law we understand that going through a Divorce or Family Law case can be overly stressful not just for the parties involved but also their families. In legal disputes, Orlando's Attorney Aubrey Ducker…

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Uber Driver Threatens Safety Of Teen In New York

New York teen feared the safety of her life when she was kidnapped by Uber driver, who the police say wastrying to sexually assault her. The teenage girl said she told the driver she had to use the bathroom and called 911 from the McDonald’s restaurant. What was supposed to be a 20 minute ride…

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Why Collaborative Divorce is the Best Approach

The goal of collaborative divorce is to avoid conflict and come to a resolution that works for both parties. Legal Matters such as divorce, child support or custody are often seen as  "battles". This is due to the disputers between parties. When it comes to settling disputes, a collaborative approach is the best approach.  According…

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Managing the Holidays with your Child Custody Agreement

The holiday season often brings warm memories and bonding moments for families. It can also bring the stresses of interstate or even international travel, accusations of favoritism, and feeling the need to fit meaningful visits with multiple family members into a short spurt of time. For newly-divorced parents and their children, these stresses can be…

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Aubrey Law Is Presenting a Law Seminar on Friday, June 7th, 2019

Lunch & Learn Law Seminar "Advertising for Dummies, or How to Avoid Buyers’ Remorse Between You and Your Clients." On Friday, June 7th, 2019 Attorney Aubrey Harry Ducker Jr. will be presenting a law seminar at CPLS. CPLS, P.A. is pleased to announce that Attorney Aubrey H. Ducker Jr. has joined the firm as a partner Attorney…

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NBI Seminar 30 Steps to a Perfect Probate @ Jacksonville

NBI Seminar 30 Steps to a Perfect Probate  – In case you missed the first one, this is another seminar on probate law. Once again, Aubrey Law is going to be a speaker at this seminar 30 Steps to Perfect Probate.   This is a 2-day seminar where experienced lawyers will share their insights on probate…

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NBI Live Seminar On 30 Steps to Perfect Probate @ Orlando

NBI Seminar – Aubrey Law is going to be a speaker at the NBI Live Seminar on 30 Steps to Perfect Probate.   This is a 2-day seminar where experienced lawyers will share their insights on probate law. There will also be a special focus on strategic decision-making to minimize tax burdens, speed up the process and…

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18 Key Elements in Financial Experts’ Engagement Letters & Written Reports

Engagement letters and written reports from financial experts deserve special attention in family law cases. Including these 18 elements can help family lawyers to win their financial cases. By Ken Stalcup and Craig Cwynar,Financial Experts “The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” – George Bernard Shaw Best case scenario: The financial expert prepares a…

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Bird-nesting: Can this trend be the new co-parenting for your family?

Bird-nesting: Can this trend be the new co-parenting for your family? Bird-nesting  is the new co-parenting which  means the child alternates between each parent’s home on a set schedule. This can disrupt the child’s routine and make it hard for him or her to adapt to life after the divorce and continue doing well in school. Realizing…

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Collaborative Divorce? Learn New Ways To Get Through It

Collaborative Divorce? Learn new ways to get through it Collaborative divorce is an attractive alternative to divorcing through litigation. With a collaborative divorce, the couple works together, each  person with their attorney  to draft the divorce settlement that is going to work best for both of them. Meaning they can go outside the guidelines for property division,…

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How Will my Medical Marijuana Use Affect my Parenting Plan?

In Florida, more than 50,000 people use medical marijuana to manage their chronic pain and severe illnesses like AIDs and Parkinson’s. Despite the continued trend of relaxing attitudes toward marijuana use sweeping the United States, many are still opposed to its use and legalization for medical and recreational purposes. If you are a medical marijuana user,…

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Meshing Different Parenting Styles After your Second Marriage

When you marry another parent, combining your households can be a struggle. We have all seen The Brady Bunch, and we all know that transitioning into a blended family is never as easy as television makes it seem. Adjusting to life in a blended household can be challenging for every member of the family, but it…

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Mothers’ Rights versus Fathers’ Rights

Many divorcing parents believe that the mother will receive a larger share of the child’s custodial time in their divorce. This was once the case – a combination of the tender years doctrine present in many states and traditional gender roles in the 20th century typically led to custody orders that granted mothers full custody…

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Stepparent Adoptions

Adoption is one of the many areas covered by family law. Some couples adopt children from relatives, the foster system, strangers matched with them via adoption agencies, or adoption agencies located overseas to become parents and expand their families. Another common type of adoption is known as a stepparent adoption. A stepparent adoption is the…

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How Long Does the Divorce Process Take?

There is no “one size fits all” answer to this question. Like many other questions surrounding divorce, the answer is “it depends.” How long it will take you to complete your divorce depends largely on the type of divorce you choose and the issues at hand to be determined. Uncontested vs. Contested Divorce An uncontested divorce can…

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Can We Collaborate on Part of Our Divorce and Litigate Other Parts?

A collaborative divorce is an attractive option for many couples. With a collaborative divorce, the spouses work together to create the terms of their divorce settlement, then submit this settlement to the court to be finalized. It minimizes tension, conflict, and the expenses both partners face to complete their divorce. The lack of court control with…

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Divorce for the Self-Employed Worker

When a couple divorces, they must divide their assets according to the doctrine of equitable distribution. When a couple divorces in court, the court determines an appropriate way to divide their assets. Couples who choose collaborative divorce have more control over how their assets are divided, but often follow equitable distribution guidelines at the recommendation…

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Life After your Divorce is Finalized

When you are caught up in the process of ending your marriage, it can be difficult to think about what life will be like once it is all over. But life after your divorce will be a long stage in your life – you will never again be a person who has not been divorced,…

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Ways Business Owners can Benefit from Collaborative Divorce

If you established your small business after you were married or it grew considerably in value during the marriage, it is subject to equitable division alongside your other marital assets during your divorce unless you specified in a prenuptial agreement that the business is a piece of separate property. By choosing to divorce through collaborative law,…

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Specific Ways Divorcing Parents can Benefit from Collaborative Divorce

After doing some research on alternative dispute resolution methods for your divorce like mediation and collaborative divorce, you will probably weigh the pros and cons of each type of divorce to determine which is the ideal choice for you and your spouse. If you are a parent, it is important to consider how each type…

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Winter Park’s Family Law Attorney Aubrey Ducker Recognized by Marquis Who’s Who for Excellence in Law

Mr. Ducker is a counselor at law of the Law Offices of Aubrey Ducker WINTER PARK, FL, October 31, 2017, Aubrey Ducker has been included in Marquis Who’s Who. As in all Marquis Who’s Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and…

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Separating your Finances Before you File for Divorce

Finance-related conflicts are one of the top reasons why American couples divorce. For the most part, all financial actions an individual takes during his or her marriage are actions made on behalf of the couple. This means that if one party accrues debt, the other can be liable for it. If you know your marriage is…

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Who Else Benefits from a Collaborative Divorce?

Many couples choose collaborative divorce because of its benefits, like its low cost compared to litigation, the non-combative nature of the process, and the greater likelihood that they will reach a mutually satisfying settlement through collaboration. The benefits of collaborative divorce do not stop here. Many other people in a divorcing couple’s lives, particularly their…

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Four Mistakes to Avoid with your Collaborative Divorce

Choosing a collaborative divorce over ending your marriage in the courtroom can save you time, money, and stress. Simply making the choice to divorce this way is not a guarantee that the divorce will be easy, though. You can make mistakes during your collaborative divorce that set the process back, cost you money, and can…

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Should I Get a Paternity Test?

If you are not sure about your child’s parentage, yes. There are legal reasons why a parent would have his or her child’s paternity determined as well as personal and medical reasons. Even if you are not looking to establish parental rights to a child, having a paternity test performed can help you determine his…

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Collaborative Divorce for Unconventional Circumstances

Every marriage is unique. Logically, this means that every divorce is unique, even though they generally involve the same issues to settle, such as how the couple’s property is divided and how the couple with handle co-parenting after the divorce. There is no one-size-fits-all divorce method, and when couples try to force their divorces to…

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Is Collaborative Divorce Better than Mediation?

Collaborative divorce and mediation are two forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that divorcing couples can use to complete the divorce process. One is not inherently “better” than the other, but one can be a better fit for your divorce. Which type of ADR is better for your divorce depends on your relationship with your…

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2017 Florida American Jurist Institute’s Top 10 Attorneys list for Family Law

Aubrey Ducker has been selected to the 2017 Florida American Jurist Institute Top 10 Attorneys list for Family Law! Each year, no more than 10 lawyers in the state are selected by the selection council at the American Jurist Institute to receive this honor.  For more information about American Jurist Institute, visit AmericanJurist.com. (more…)

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Working Out the Terms of your Spousal Support Agreement in a Collaborative Divorce

Spousal support, also known as alimony, is an issue that arises in many Florida divorces. It is the money one partner pays to the other after their divorce, generally for a fixed period of time but sometimes, until the receiving spouse remarries or either partner dies. This money is intended to help the spouse who…

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Talking to your Spouse About Collaborative Divorce

When you have reached a point in your marriage where you know it is over, it is not always easy to have calm, grounded conversations with your partner. But if you can manage to speak with him or her amicably, you can make the divorce process much easier for yourselves. One significant way you can…

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Why Are Second and Subsequent Marriages More Likely to End in Divorce?

You might have heard that an individual’s second, third, or later marriage is more likely to end in divorce than his or her first marriage. This is true. People enter their second and later marriages with different perspectives than they had in their first marriages. They can see red flags and conflicts more easily than…

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My Collaborative Divorce is Not Working the Way I Thought it Would. What Can I Do?

Many couples pursue collaborative divorce because it eliminates the stresses of going to court while saving them money. It also allows the couple to retain a higher level of control over the details of their divorce, such as how their property is divided. Because collaborative divorce requires the couple to cooperate and compromise, it is not…

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Claiming your Child as a Dependent on your Taxes After your Divorce

It is not uncommon for a divorced parent to wonder if he or she can claim his or her child as a dependent on his or her tax returns. Being able to claim a child as a dependent can help a lot at tax time: each dependent means a deduction of $4,050 on the filer’s…

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How to Determine if your Divorce is Impacting your Child’s Mental Health (And How to Help)

A divorce can be difficult on every member of a family. Children, even very young children, are perceptive to their parents’ conflicts and can feel stressed about the changes to their lives that come with a divorce. The reality of potentially having to move, no longer seeing each parent every day, possibly meeting their parents’…

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Dividing your Home in your Divorce

In most divorce cases, the couple’s home is their largest asset. Dividing a home in a divorce can be a contentious process, not only because of the monetary value of the home but because of the emotional value it has to the couple and their children. There are a few different strategies divorcing couples use…

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How Can I Prepare for my Collaborative Divorce?

If you and your spouse can work amicably together to discuss the terms of your divorce settlement, you could be candidates for a collaborative divorce. In a collaborative divorce, the couple and their individual lawyers work together to create a divorce settlement without involving the court. Generally, this makes the divorce process easier, less expensive,…

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Sexual Abuse as a Form of Domestic Violence

Domestic violence comes in many forms: physical, financial, emotional, psychological, and sexual. Each of these categories can contain “gray areas,” behaviors that abusers and victims alike might not realize are acts of abuse. To determine if an act is one of sexual abuse, ask yourself if you consented to the act. If you did not…

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I Am a Grandparent. What are my Rights to my Grandchildren?

As a grandparent, you probably cherish the relationships you have with your grandchildren. When an issue like your child’s divorce, death, or court involvement with your grandchildren’s lives threatens to sever this bond, it is important that you understand your rights as a grandparent and how to legally exercise them. Many people do not realize…

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Overcoming Bias Against your Gender in Timesharing Determinations

Although your gender is not permitted to play a role in determining your share of your child’s parenting time following your divorce, bias exists and can work against men seeking equal or full custody of their children. Many men assume that they will not be given their fair share of parenting time with their children,…

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Does my Child Need a Lawyer’s Help to Get the Education He or She Needs?

Possibly. If your child is not receiving the support he or she needs from his or her school, you might need to work with a special education lawyer to pursue legal action to secure an appropriate Individualized Education Program (IEP) for him or her. Although this might not seem like an area where a lawyer…

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Four Tips for Using Social Media While your Divorce is Pending

We live in a world where our online interactions are as frequent and as meaningful as those we conduct face to face. Many of these interactions take place on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook, which allow us to share our thoughts and images of our lives with hundreds, even thousands of followers. If your…

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Issues to Consider if Medicaid is Part of your Future Care Plan

Many Americans rely on Medicaid, the federal health care program that provides health insurance and other benefits to low income and disabled individuals, to fund part or all of their long term care needs. For these individuals, Medicaid planning is an important part of estate planning. If you are considering using Medicaid to fund your…

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Should We Consider Mediation for Our Divorce?

There are a few different ways a couple can divorce. One of these is through traditional courtroom litigation, which can be stressful and expensive. Another is collaborative divorce, a process through which the couple works together to determine their divorce settlement with little or no outside influence. A third option is mediation, which is similar…

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Does Divorce Affect Men and Women Differently?

You have probably heard the old adage, “men are from Mars, women are from Venus.” Although individuals of both sexes have much greater freedom to deviate from gender norms than they had in previous decades, gender still plays a role in how many individuals move through the events of their lives, particularly those related to…

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What is Parental Alienation?

In an ideal world, couples who realize their marriages cannot be saved would divorce amicably, working together to develop timesharing arrangements that allow them both to maintain quality relationships with their children and continue to co-parent effectively in the years that follow. But we do not live in an ideal world, we live in a…

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The Role of the Guardian Ad Litem

When a couple with children divorces, it is important that the children’s needs are considered during the divorce process. Every member of a family is affected by a divorce, particularly minor children who face an address change, a change to their financial resources, and changed relationships with their parents after the divorce is final. In…

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Fighting an Involuntary Adult Guardianship Proceeding

When a guardianship is established over an individual, another adult is granted the right and responsibility of overseeing the individual’s day to day life, medical care, financial decisions, and making any other significant decisions that the individual cannot make for him- or herself. Many individuals voluntarily appoint loved ones to take on guardianship roles when…

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Reasons to Establish a Guardianship for a Loved One

Guardianships are a way to protect adult loved ones from harming themselves physically or exposing themselves to exploitation due to their mental incapacity. When an individual establishes a guardianship for his or her loved one, he or she becomes completely responsible for the loved one. A guardian’s job is to make decisions on his or…

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Special Concerns in High Net Worth Divorces

The Securities Exchange Commission has a concrete definition of a high net worth individual: any individual who, either on his or her own or with his or her spouse, has a net worth that exceeds $1,000,000 in liquid assets, an individual whose income exceeded $200,000 for the past two years and can reasonably expect it…

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Financial Control as a Form of Domestic Violence

Domestic violence comes in many forms. Although it can be blatantly obvious physical or emotional abuse, it can also take less obvious forms. Domestic violence is about controlling a partner's behavior. Whether an individual's behavior is controlled through the fear of physical harm, a demolished sense of self worth, or through direct financial control, he…

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Can I Move Out of Florida with my Child?

After a divorce, it is not uncommon to want to “start fresh” on the next chapter of your life by relocating to a new city or state. You might also feel pulled to relocate due to a job opportunity, a new relationship, or a familial obligation. Whatever your reason for wanting to move out of…

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How May my Former Spouse Spend the Child Support I Pay?

When a couple with children divorces, the court determines an appropriate time sharing schedule for the couple and their children. The court may also determine a child support agreement, which is money paid from one parent to the other, typically the parent who has more time with the couple's children, to help cover the added…

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What to Do If your Spouse Makes False Accusations About you During the Divorce Process

When you are working through a divorce, there are a lot of issues that will come up in court or during your mediation or collaborative divorce sessions. This is because in order to fairly divide your property and determine an appropriate child custody arrangement for your family, facts about your income, assets, physical and mental…

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Why Should I Work with a Probate Lawyer?

If you find yourself in a position where you need to administer a loved one's will or take care of other issues regarding his or her assets after his or her death, you can suddenly find yourself facing waves of confusion and a massive headache. Relieve yourself from this stress by taking a step back…

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What is a QDRO?

A Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) is a court order that is used to divide a retirement plan or pension among a divorcing couple. This is in recognition of their joint ownership of the asset and ensures that each partner comes away from the divorce with his or her fair share of the money that…

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The Professionals you Might Meet During your Divorce

During the divorce process, you will likely meet many professionals. The professionals you meet depend on the circumstances of your divorce and the demands that accompany them, such as the need to appraise a small business or a rental property. Couples who choose collaborative divorces often have fewer interactions with outside professionals than those who…

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An Overview of The Collaborative Divorce Process

Divorce is not a “one size fits all” subject. Not all divorces are completed in courtrooms and of those that are not, there are multiple ways to reach a mutually-satisfying resolution for the couple. Two methods of alternative dispute resolution that divorcing couples often choose to complete their divorces are collaborative divorce and mediation. With mediation,…

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Is my Prenuptial Agreement Valid?

It is not uncommon for engaged couples to sign prenuptial agreements before they marry. This is an especially popular, and pragmatic, choice for individuals who are business owners, have significant assets, or those who have children from previous relationships. A prenuptial agreement does not signify that a couple does not have faith in their marriage;…

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How Your Income and Other Personal Characteristics Can Determine Your Likelihood of Divorce

When you get married, you vow to spend the rest of your life with your partner, for better or for worse. Nearly all couples taking these vows truly believe that they will uphold them and have every intention of remaining together for the rest of their lives. But current divorce statistics say otherwise. You might…

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How is a Collaborative Divorce Different from Divorcing through Mediation?

If you are considering a divorce, you probably know that there are a few ways to complete the process. You can complete your divorce through litigation, which means bringing your case to the courtroom to have it decided by a judge. You can also complete it through one of two methods of alternative dispute resolution:…

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Planning for your Loved One’s Long-Term Care

If you hold power of attorney for an elderly parent or other relative, it is your job to ensure that his or her wishes regarding his or her health care, financial matters, and general quality of life are carried out once he or she can no longer make these decisions for him- or herself. Often,…

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Social Media and your Divorce

Social media plays a pivotal role in most of our lives. It is where we find out about friends' and loved ones' engagements, promotions, new babies, and other milestone events. It is also where many of us seek comfort from friends in our times of need. Although you are probably feeling difficult emotions like anger,…

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Paying Taxes After your Divorce

Tax time is here again, and if you are recently divorced or currently going through the divorce process, you might be wondering whether you can file for divorce jointly or singly. As long as you were still married on December 31st of the previous year, you can file your taxes jointly with your spouse. For…

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Three Types of IRS Relief for Spouses Who File Jointly

If you have recently gone through a divorce or you are currently going through the process, deciding whether to file your taxes jointly with your spouse or separately is probably weighing on your mind. This can be a complicated decision to make, and there is no one solution that works for all individuals and couples.…

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New Year, New You: Make the Changes you Need to Make for 2019 Now

Every January, many Americans make resolutions to change something about themselves in the new year. These resolutions can include losing weight, becoming more outgoing, getting out of debt, changing careers, or renewing relationships with estranged friends and family members. Completing this type of goal can be extremely rewarding and demonstrate not only one's dedication toward…

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Choosing your Child’s Religion: What to Do When you and your Former Partner Disagree

Religion and its role in a child's life can be a controversial topic. On the one hand, a parent wants to raise his or her child to make their own decisions about the “big” topics like God, death, and our moral duties as human beings. On the other, religion often provides the framework in which…

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Choosing the Right Executor for your Estate

As you work on your will, you will need to name an executor for it. Your will's executor is the individual who is tasked with distributing your assets after you pass and ensuring that all of your desires, as detailed in your will, are met. Most individuals name their spouses or an adult child as…

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Protecting your Business Interests in a Divorce

For many Americans, a small business provides their sole source of income. Whether you work as an independent accountant, a freelance writer, a restaurant or store owner, or a skilled crafts person, you are operating a small business for a living. This means that if you get divorced, your small business is considered to be…

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What is Guardianship Litigation?

Guardianship litigation is the legal process through which a legal guardian for an incapacitated adult is determined. When an incapacitated individual does not have a living will that states who is to be granted power of attorney for his or her needs, it is often necessary to go to court to determine that individual’s guardian.…

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What are the Benefits of a Collaborative Divorce?

If you are considering filing for divorce and you are currently researching your options for how to divorce, you have likely read about collaborative law divorces. A collaborative divorce is a divorce where the couple determines the terms of their settlement entirely on their own, then works together to complete the divorce with guidance from…

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Is Your Divorce a High Asset Divorce?

Wealth can be a relative feeling. You might feel like you are working yourself to the bone to bring home a comfortable salary, but still have a hard time making all your payments each month. Conversely, you might find yourself making a comparatively smaller salary than others in your community, but able to afford all…

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Is a Collaborative Law Divorce Right for You? Ask yourself the Following Questions to Find Out

Every divorce is unique. While one couple divorces because of infidelity, another divorces because they simply cannot agree about how to run their small business. A couple might have few assets and no children while another might have children, multiple real estate properties, significant assets, and a severely strained relationship. This latter couple's divorce would…

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Are You a Victim of Domestic Violence? Get Help Today

In 2010, more than 113,000 cases of domestic violence were reported to Florida law enforcement. These reports resulted in more than 67,000 arrests and thousands more evenings spent in domestic violence shelters by victims. You might think that domestic violence is only an issue for individuals of a certain race, social background, or education level.…

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I’ve Been Asked to Undergo a Psychological Evaluation. What Can I Expect?

During the divorce process, one of the most important issues to determine is the couple's child custody or visitation agreement. A child needs to have a relationship with both of his or her parents unless there is an outstanding reason why it would be harmful to the child's well-being, such as one parent's criminal history…

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Family Crisis Never Comes When Convenient

Family Crisis - Those words can strike fear in most adults. A simple search of "Family Crisis, caring for the elderly" in the New York Times, finds numerous articles covering a wide range of options and alternative programs. So too, crisis within a family may take many forms. Violence in a family. Crisis may be in the form…

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The Fallout From The Ashley Madison Hack

Each morning when we can, my wife and I watch the Today Show, together. We usually record it and shrink the viewing time to about 25 minutes by skipping all the commercials and teasers. Today had already planned a series this week on Marriage, and by a look at the news recently, their timing could not have…

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Continuing Child Support Past Age 18 for Young Adults with Special Needs

For most young adults, child support ends when they reach the age of 18. Adolescents who are still attending high school at this age may continue to receive child support until their nineteenth birthday under Florida law. Once a child becomes an adult, he or she is expected to find work and support him or…

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Ashley Madison Matters, Even in a No Fault State

Advertising online for an affair: Life is short. Have an affair. News came out this week that the Hackers who cracked the Ashley Madison Website http://www.ashleymadison.com had dumped all the data. The Ashley Madison hack includes customer names, credit card data, physical addresses and sexual preferences. Some users were smart enough to use fake names. But financial data…

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What is Durable Power of Attorney?

Power of attorney is the right to make crucial decisions on another individual's behalf. The person on whose behalf these decisions are made is known as the principal. Often, these decisions are about the individual's finances or health. The individual trusted to act on the principal's behalf, known as the agent, must be able to…

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When Parents are Divorced, Who Pays for College?

For thousands of young Americans, college is the bridge from childhood to adulthood. A teenager enters college and, if all goes according to plan, emerges four years later as an adult with the skills to make it on his or her own in the world. As any college student or graduate knows, this process comes at…

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Why You Need a Prenuptial Agreement Before You Get Married

Do not get married until you have signed a prenuptial agreement. Although this seems blunt and in some ways, unromantic, the reality is that when you get married, any significant property that you acquire also belongs to your spouse. In some cases, your spouse may also receive rights to property you owned before the marriage…

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Aubrey Law Presented At The National Business Institute Seminar

Aubrey presented at the National Business Institute NBI Seminar on Elder Law and Medicaid Planning. His presentation was on Elder Law and Medicaid Planning: Everything you need to know A 2-Day Practical Course. The presentation also went over long-term planning, heathcare, and heirs. (more…)

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Congratulations to Commissioner Robert Stuart

After taking the month of May off from writing my blog, I thought it was important to note the swearing in of Robert Stuart as Commissioner of Orlando. Robert is a dear friend, a trusted adviser, an excellent city commissioner, and my Sunday School teacher at College Park Baptist Church. Monday's swearing in ceremony at Orlando's…

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The Baptist Joint Committee’s New Center for Religious Liberty on Capitol Hill.

The Baptist Joint Committee For Religious Liberty reported that Justice Stephen Breyer helped open the Baptist Joint Committee’s new Center for Religious Liberty on Capitol Hill. The Center will increase the BJC’s work capacity as the organization continues to file briefs and work with Congress and the White House. (more…)

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8 Social Security Myths

Renee Morad busts exposes 8 Social Security Myths in her recent article in MoneyTalksNews. Many Americans are asking themselves will Social Security be around when I retire? She helps shed light on Social Security, to separate fact from fiction, and explain the most common Social Security myths. (more…)

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AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating Martindale-Hubbell

Congratulations to Aubrey Ducker! He has earned an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell. The AV Rating is the highest rating for ethics and legal ability available to an attorney practicing 10 or more years. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™ are the gold standard in attorney ratings. Martindale-Hubbell® has recognized lawyers for their strong legal ability…

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Aubrey Ducker At The Orange County Public Schools Teach-In 2011

Florida Family Law Attorney Aubrey Ducker and Laurie Weatherford were Teachers for a Day at Winter Park High School, as part of the Orange County Public Schools Teach-In 2011. The Teach-In was a great success, helping to strengthen the bond between the school and its surrounding community. The Foundation for Orange County Public Schools was…

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Aubrey Ducker completed New York City Half-Marathon on Sunday, March 20, 2011

Orlando Elder Law Attorney Aubrey Ducker completed the New York City half-marathon on Sunday, March 20, 2011, in a personal best time of 2 hours, 1 minute, 46 seconds. Mr. Ducker was a member of Team USO, raising funds for the United Services Organization, which provides services throughout the world to members of the United…

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Aubrey Ducker Is Working With The Mustard Seed of Central Florida

Orlando Family Law Attorney Aubrey Ducker has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of the Mustard Seed of Central Florida. It is the only furniture bank in Central Florida. They provide basic household items and clothing to individuals and families experiencing personal tragedy, homelessness, abuse, illness, or loss of employment. (more…)

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Learn The Truth About Your Medicare Coverage

LEARN THE TRUTH ABOUT YOUR MEDICARE COVERAGE! Aubrey Ducker will be one of the featured speakers in this free seminar on long-term care and medicare. It is offered by the Elder Law Committee of the Orange County Bar Association. You can meet Mr. Ducker at Crosby Wellness Center in Winter Park on Tuesday, May 4,…

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Aubrey Ducker Receives Certificate of Appreciation from the Legal Aid Society

Orlando family law attorney Aubrey Ducker has received a Certificate of Appreciation from the Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association. The following commendation letter reads, in part, “The Board of Trustees of the Legal Aid Society met and a resolution was approved acknowledging your exceptional efforts on behalf of Legal Aid clients…

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Aubrey Ducker at the Fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association

Aubrey Ducker “did time” today – he was taken to lockup (and lunch) as part of a fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Above all, he’s doing his part to raise money for Jerry’s Kids. For more information, please visit www.mda.org. The Muscular Dystrophy Association "transforms the lives of people living with muscular dystrophy, ALS…

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Governor Charlie Crist Signed Executive Order for The Florida Silver Alert

Governor Charlie Crist signed Executive Order 08-211 for the Florida Silver Alert. This allows the immediate broadcast of information to the public on missing elders. These elders have dementia or other issues. This order provides a response between local and state law enforcement. This is to broadcast important information quickly to citizens. Additionally, the public…

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Congratulations to our Law Clerk, Kristie L. Haynes

Our Law Clerk, Kristie L. Haynes passed The Florida Bar Exam! Congratulations to our Law Clerk, Kristie L. Haynes, on passing the Florida Bar Examination! Ms. Haynes is a 2008 graduate of the Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law at Barry University. We are certain that she will be a great asset to the legal profession.…

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BV Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell

We are pleased to learn that Aubrey Ducker has received a BV Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell. The BV Rating is the highest rating for ethics and legal ability available to an attorney practicing for 5 to 9 years. Attorney Aubrey Ducker is (more…)

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Legislative Update from The Florida Bar

Legislative Update - August 12, 2008 The Florida Bar Family Law Section will be encouraging the Florida Family Law Legislature to address at least some of the following in the upcoming session: (more…)

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