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When is an uncontested divorce the right choice?

The decision to end a marriage in divorce is a difficult, emotionally charged decision for most Florida couples that choose to take this step. However, simply deciding to divorce is not the only decision that you must make. Will the divorce be contested or uncontested? Is it possible to avoid litigation completely? How can we get through this process as quickly as possible?

What can I include in my prenuptial agreement?

When a Florida couple is planning to marry, the last thing that they want to think about is the possibility of the marriage ending in divorce one day. For this reason, many couples do not consider how they can protect their future financial interests. One of the easiest ways to do this is with a prenuptial agreement.

Can we choose to parent cooperatively after divorce?

Children often suffer emotional and mental duress during the divorce of their parents, but parents can take certain steps to protect the interests of their kids during this difficult time. By working together on a custody plan that allows for continuity of lifestyle and stability, children can maintain strong relationships with both parents.

Will using a divorce mediator make my split-up less painful?

When you are going through divorce in Florida, the emotional stresses combined with the financial challenges can feel like an overwhelming burden to bear. If you are trying to go through the process by yourself, you may encounter arguments that you simply cannot resolve with your future ex. This only adds to your frustration and may prolong your proceeding and increase your costs.

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