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Monthly Archives: November 2020

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Nicole Young Files for Divorce from Dr. Dre

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Nicole Young has filed for divorce from iconoclastic rapper Dr. Dre. Young has portrayed Dre as abusive and controlling and also claims there was repeated marital misconduct. Meanwhile, Dr. Dre is trying to characterize this as a money grab. This describes just about every divorce litigation ever. Did Nicole Young Embezzle Funds from a… Read More »

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Which Spouse Gets to Keep the Frozen Embryos After Divorce?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

Couples who are considering having children together often solicit the aid of fertility clinics that can help the couples get pregnant even when there are medical or genetic issues preventing conception. These couples may go to the clinic and have embryos created later for implantation. Regardless of whether or not the couple has a… Read More »

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Does Florida Have an Unusually High Divorce Rate?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

According to a recent study, Florida has a higher divorce rate than just about anywhere else in the country. In fact, Florida is the 4th highest state in the country for divorce rate. The question then becomes: Why? Well, Florida is known for two things: nice weather and retirees. And as it turns out,… Read More »

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Foreclosure and Eviction Moratoriums Remain in Place, But for How Long?

By Bruce S. Rosenwater |

During the COVID pandemic, Congress placed a moratorium on all foreclosures and evictions. The deadline for that reprieve has elapsed four times since it was instituted in April. It is set to expire on the first of September. It is not clear whether Gov. Ron DeSantis will extend the deadline yet again. That has… Read More »

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