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What has changed for divorce recently?

Divorce isn't easy, even when most of the negative emotions associated with it have already been faced. Children may need to understand what is happening. Documents must be filed with the right authorities. Much of the attention that gets paid to divorce has to do with how assets and responsibilities are divided between two newly single people.

Mediation can make it easier to write a prenuptial agreement

Prenuptial agreements are generally a good idea. They clear up uncertainty that could turn a problem with the relationship into a chaotic battle fraught with emotional and actual losses. But many people associate "prenups" with mistrust. Why would someone in love ever think that divorce would be a possibility?

How to halt a hidden asset problem in a Florida divorce

Only you and your spouse really know for sure what caused the irreparable problems in your marriage. Whether you were the one who filed for divorce or the one who did nothing to contest your spouse's petition, there will no doubt be numerous issues you must resolve before you can leave the past behind and get on with your life. If you're a parent, such issues will, of course, include child-related matters, such as custody, visitation or support.

Avoiding co-parenting stress during summer break in Florida

When you obtained your divorce decree, you may not have thought ahead far enough to consider the implications your new lifestyle might have on your family life during summer. As a parent, you undoubtedly want what is best for your kids. You understood from the get-go that your decision to sever your marital ties would greatly affect your children's lives; however, you were hopeful that they'd be able to cope just fine as long as you were there to show your love and support.

Professional athlete contests Florida good fortune child support

It is always difficult to separate from a spouse, even if adults have worked out their emotional disagreements and decided in a mature and sober way to leave. But no one has it worse after separation or divorce than the children. They must start new lives in a world made completely by their parents' decisions.