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Monthly Archives: May 2019


How Commingling Changes the Classification of Assets

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

As an equitable distribution state, Florida does not necessarily distribute property evenly between two divorcing parties. Rather, the courts will assess each spouse’s contribution to the marriage and make a determination based on its findings. Of course, some property is excluded from distribution. That property is considered to be “separate.” Separate property includes any… Read More »

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Elements of a Successful Tortious Interference Claim

By Edward J. Jennings, P.A. |

Tortious interference refers to the interference of one party with a contract between the plaintiff and another entity. The interference must have resulted in damages to the plaintiff for the courts to even consider hearing the case. If your business suffered losses as a result of another party’s interference with a contract between your… Read More »

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