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July 2020 Archives

What are the pros and cons associated with divorce mediation?

Divorce can be difficult for any couple. Communication is often one of the culprits that can cause the marital union to break down. Thus, introducing a third party in the form of a mediator into the mix can have a positive impact in breaking down communication barriers so that a couple can achieve an amicable divorce resolution. That said, mediation isn't for everyone.

Some high-net worth couples are more prone to an amicable divorce

Divorce happens to all types of couples, even those with high-net worths. Spouses of means, such as those with over $5 million of combined assets, tend to have more amicable divorces. One explanation for this is that when these couples part ways, they can do so without significant financial strain.

What role does a Parenting Coordinator play in custody cases?

One of the reasons why couples get divorced is because their communication breaks down. It shouldn't come as a surprise that these same problems only intensify once a couple splits up. It's often difficult for former spouses to have level-headed or amicable conversations about child custody. The advent of Parental Coordination has come into play to help in instances like this.

How pets may be handled in your Florida divorce case

Divorce can be like a tornado ripping through your house. Much like a hurricane, you may see it coming your way, yet you're not sure what to do to prepare for it adequately. The ending of a marriage is devastating not only for you as the couple but also for your pets.

What happens when a parenting plan needs to be modified?

Creating a child custody agreement takes a lot of work. When this is done, the parents have to determine what they feel is best for the child at that time. They can't think too far ahead or they may end up with a plan that doesn't work at all. One thing that parents in Florida must remember is that child custody modifications are possible.

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