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Bird nesting: Is it the best co-parenting option for you?

When you told your children you were getting divorced, you likely encountered various reactions. Maybe one of your kids stomped off to his or her room, and then approached you in the middle of the night, wanting to know more about the situation. Another child may have wanted to hold a family meeting then and there to discuss upcoming changes and other divorce details. Like most good parents in Florida and beyond, you want what's best for your kids at all times, including (and especially) during divorce proceedings. 

Relocating after a divorce

After your divorce was finalized, you may have expected your life to settle into some new normal routine. Maybe you even longed for some familiarity amid the strangeness of being single again, finding a new home and adjusting to child custody schedules.

Begin your divorce process by focusing on these financial basics

Like many divorcing individuals, the dissolution of your marriage probably has you feeling at least a bit overwhelmed. With so much on your mind, you may not be sure where to start. The thing is, a lot of the issues you decide now, during the divorce proceedings, can and will affect your future. That's why it can be so essential to approach financial issues in as calm a manner as possible.

Don't panic! Your kids' reaction to your divorce is normal

Whether you're simply contemplating ending your marriage or are in the midst of a divorce, one issue that's likely forefront in your mind is how it may affect your children. No matter how certain you are that a divorce is what's best for both you and your family, no matter how sure you are that you're working toward a brighter, more stable future for everyone, there's probably still a part of you that worries over how your kids will adjust and whether they'll be all right.

What can I include in my prenuptial agreement?

You may understand the benefit and positive aspects to drafting a prenuptial agreement, but you may not understand how this can benefit you specifically. These legal agreements are not only for wealthy Florida couples and those with valuable assets, they can also prove beneficial for couples of all income levels. A prenuptial agreement would provide you with a measure of security for the future.

3 concerns you may have as you face divorce

Whenever you enter a new chapter in your life, you likely have questions about what this new phase may entail. When it comes to many life events, you may know someone who has faced the situation before and could provide friendly advice. However, you may face some events better if you obtain advice and insight from professionals rather than family members or friends.

Choosing mediation could be a beneficial choice for eveyone

No matter how amicable two parties may be, every divorce can present challenges. There are many complex issues that you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse will have to address, and sometimes, it is not necessary to resort to a court battle to reach a final solution. For some Florida couples, mediation could be a good way to reach an agreement, navigate difficult issues and do all of this without stepping foot inside a courtroom. 

Benefits of preparing for child custody negotiations

If you and your spouse are considering divorce, you may have put a great deal of thought into the concept, especially if you have children together. The end of a marriage is often tough on kids, and you might want to protect them throughout this period, but the process can be complex.

Know what to expect to reduce stress over custody proceedings

Even when you know you are working toward a better and more stable future for you and your children, divorce proceedings are still a stressful time for everyone involved. For the majority of divorcing parents, the most worrying portion of the ordeal are the child custody proceedings. This is new and perhaps even frightening territory for many individuals who have never been in a court setting. You may find it helpful and reassuring to go into the custody proceedings as prepared as possible, knowing what you may encounter.

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