Marital Assets and Liabilities Part 4 of 15| Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples Commingling of Marital and Non-marital Property Non-marital property may become a marital asset when the non-marital assets are commingled with marital assets. Non-marital property loses its non-marital character once commingled. Even if an account is titled in one party’s name, the fact the…

Understanding the Criminal Law Process Part 5 of 17 | Criminal Law Attorney Fort Myers/Naples Booking  After an arrest, the police will take you to a central booking building, usually at the site of the county jail. They will take a booking photo, inventory your possessions, and process you into the facility. Some people get in even…

Understanding the Criminal Law Process Part 4 of 17 | Criminal Law Attorney Fort Myers/Naples Arrest or Notices to Appear  A criminal case can begin in several different ways. The most common ways are an arrest by a police officer, or a Notice to Appear. An arrest may occur if a police officer witnesses a crime or…

Marital Assets and Liabilities Part 3 of 15| Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples Cut-Off Date for Identifying Marital Assets. § 61.075(7) The earliest of the date the parties enter into a valid separation agreement, such other date as may be expressly established by such agreement, or The date of the filing of a petition for dissolution…

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