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Amicable divorce possible for low-conflict Florida couples

If Florida residents come to a point in their marriages where one or both individuals feel that the relationship is coming to an end, they may believe there is no hope for saving it. As a result, divorce is often seriously considered. However, if individuals feel that the time has come to end their marriage, broaching the topic could set the tone for how the process is carried out.

Learn more about child custody and relocation in Florida

Our firm recently published a SlideShare documenting the steps a relocating parent should take to maintain or adjust child custody. Learn about the requirements of relocation petitions, and how the court determines whether they are approved.

Child custody & support worries are understandable in Florida

Many Florida residents may wonder whether they should stay in a situation that is not ideal if it means saving others from being significantly impacted. This concern may be one for some parents considering divorce. They may worry that ending the marriage could cause children to face negative outcomes due to the child custody & support settlements. Though these concerns are understandable, parents may wish to consider the situation from various angles. 

Barrymore settlement may give Florida residents divorce goals

When individuals decide that it is time for their marriage to come to an end, they likely want a speedy and pain-free process. Some Florida residents may believe that such divorce proceedings are few and far between, but it is possible for individuals to work through their proceedings in a timely manner if the circumstances are right. Even celebrity couples could go through a smooth process that lasts only a few weeks. 

Florida co-parents may face child custody & support issues

Going through divorce can take a serious toll on the couple involved and any children they may have. Florida residents may face concerns when it comes to child custody & support, and as a result, their custody arrangements may not always be foolproof. Though many individuals may opt for co-parenting as part of their agreements, both parents may not share an equal load.

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