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September 2013 Archives

Knowing when it is time to move forward with divorce

For many Florida spouses, the hardest part of a faltering marriage is knowing when it is time to pull the plug. We are taught to work out marital problems, and in many cases that is the best approach. There are some unions, however, in which marital damage simply cannot be repaired, and the best course of action for all parties is to file for divorce. A recently published article aims to help spouses identify when a relationship has reached that point.

Child custody battles not always limited to parents

The vast majority of child custody cases that come before a Florida court involves two parents who are struggling over the care and custody of their shared child or children. However, not every child custody matter fits that mold. In some cases, family members other than a child's natural parents enter the scene, and these concerned parties may encounter a great deal of difficulty in securing child custody rights, even when the parents are clearly unable to provide for the care of their children.

Florida custody and visitation conflicts can cause family drama

Florida residents may think of custody and visitation conflicts existing only between parents, but more often these days grandparents are making their way to a courtroom to attempt to exercise their rights. This has some people asking if the court system has the right to force parents to allow their children to spend time with their grandparents. A recent case has made headlines after grandparents have taken their children to court over custody and visitation involving their grandchildren.

Shared assets important in Florida divorce negotiations

Divorce can be a harrowing situation, signifying the dissolution of what a married couple had hoped would be a successful marriage. Amid the emotions, ranging from sorrow to anger, that can flood a couple during a divorce, it can be easy to overlook critical details during this type of family law proceeding in Florida. A recent article highlights several areas to consider before filing for divorce so that an individual claims their fair share of the cash and other assets that they once shared with a spouse.

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