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January 2016 Archives

Florida parental cooperation is in the best interest of the child

Caring for children requires a great deal of time, effort and attention. This can become increasingly challenging when two parents work together to raise their children after obtaining a divorce. Legal professionals in Florida can provide guidance to parents trying to create a child custody arrangement during the divorce process that is in the best interest of the child.

In Florida, prenuptial agreements can lead to open communication

A prenuptial agreement is designed to help couples determine what belongs to each party or how things will be divided in the case of a divorce. There are many other benefits to creating this agreement before getting married. Family law professionals in Florida can further expound on the ways that prenuptial agreements can help marriages.

Providing for children through Florida child custody arrangements

Stress seems to be felt by all couples working through the process of separating, especially when there are children involved. However, this does not have to be the case. Spouses that are in the midst of a divorce and negotiations for a child custody agreement in Florida can seek assistance during this process that can make it less stressful for both them and their children.

Why successful coparenting doesn't have to be a dream

Once the ink finally dries on a divorce decree, it's understandable how parents might still feel some degree of nervousness. That's because even if they were able to resolve matters with relatively little conflict, the process more than likely proved stressful to their children who may still be having difficulty adjusting.

How much do you know about divorce mediation?

Most people might not realize it, but January has been referred to as "divorce month" in legal circles for quite some time. That's because data has consistently shown that the number of divorce filings jumps across much of the nation over this otherwise mundane time of the year.

Working through property division in Florida divorce

Separating from a spouse causes a great deal of change to nearly every aspect of a person's life. This can be especially true when one party is a stay-at-home parent and has not been making his or her own income. For individuals that are considering divorce in Florida, seeking assistance from a legal professional can ease the stress of this process.