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Welcome to the Blog Page of Cheryl Bucker, P.A.

Hello, and thank you for taking the time to visit the blog page for Cheryl Bucker, P.A., in Pompano Beach. We will regularly update posts we feel are helpful for educating our visitors and clients on possible legal matters. These could be general topic posts or recent news articles that might have an impact on our primary practice areas of  Florida family law, estate planning and probate administration. Please plan to visit often for updated posts. 

Florida Divorce Law

While divorce can be a difficult process, it is still important for people to understand how the divorce process works from a legal perspective. There are assets that need to be divided and people need to understand the differences between a divorce and an annulment. Furthermore, how do taxes work for a couple getting divorced? These are only a few of the topics that make divorce cases in Florida a complicated process. Future posts will help to provide an overview of some of the different areas of divorce law that might be confusing for the average person.

Other Areas Of Florida Family Law 

Unfortunately, there are numerous reasons why people might have to hire a lawyer for family law. What factors do judges take into consideration when deciding which parent to award custody to? What happens if the parent with custody has to move away? Furthermore, could someone really lose custody of their children to the department of social services? These might be scary questions that people might have questions about. Future posts will provide helpful information to people with family law cases.

Estate Planning and Probate Administration

There is a saying that states that the only two certainties in life are death and taxes. In fact, these two are wrapped up into one when it comes to estate planning. Many people don't know they can't even give their money away, even when they die. In fact, some people are subject to something called the estate tax, also known as the death tax. When people die, poor estate planning could cost their beneficiaries close to half of the value of the estate. Furthermore, some of the assets might even wind up going to probate court where they will face additional expenses. People can significantly reduce the estate tax and probate court expenses with careful estate planning. Future blog posts in this section will help make those dreams a reality for our visitors and clients.

These represent only a small sample of the topics that future posts will cover. We hope you will visit this page frequently or updated articles and information. It could make a difference in an upcoming legal case. As always, our door is always open. Feel free to contact us with any questions.

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