When you have children, the relationship doesn’t end with the divorce. Find out how to manage your ex and your children by establishing a co-parenting schedule that works for everyone.
Can a divorce be stopped if the other party refuses? In the State of Florida, it cannot. The divorce will happen regardless. There are, however, options available when a spouse demands a divorce.
Divorce is invariably painful, and it can become frustrating when one partner refuses to cooperate and sign the necessary papers. However, a default divorce is a fairly straightforward option.
There are of misunderstandings regarding child support. The more parents know, the easier it will be for them to act in the best interest of their children.
Divorce is a natural time for change. Depending on your mindset, your work can suffer, or it can flourish better than ever.
Even simple, amicable divorces involve many unforeseen details. To ensure that everyone’s interests are protected, a family lawyer can definitely help.
If you want to win a custody case, here are the things you need to remember when documenting the other parent's negative impact on the kids:
Child visitations are determined by the court, and the court expects the parents to comply with the schedule. What happens when it is the child that refuses to visit a parent?
One thing to learn from this book is the importance of paperwork and documents throughout your divorce. Here are tips on gathering Physical Evidence: