While it may would seem logical that a parent who is incarcerated in either prison or jail would lose their parental rights while locked up, that's not necessarily the case.
Although divorce is by its very nature an emotionally challenging time, not all divorces have to be full of conflict and drawn-out legal battles. There are alternative ways to approach divorce in Fort Myers, and a collaborative divorce is one of these ways.
When couples decide to pursue divorce mediation, they'll often tell you that they chose it because of they've anecdotally heard that it's less emotional trying on both them and their kids. While this is one of the advantages of pursing a mediated divorce, it's only one of many benefits.
If you've recently separated from an ex that you share a child with, then you're likely only now beginning to understand all the different legal jargon used to define a parent's custodial rights.
When couples decide to divorce, they often think about how they're to divide up tangible assets. They, however, rarely think about what's going to become of their personal or shared debt. This is one of those things, though, that couples must discuss when it comes to property division.
When couples have been married for some time, remembering which spouse brought certain possessions into the marriage may be difficult to do. Determining which spouse's salary went toward buying one item versus another may also be difficult to do.