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September 2019 Archives

Am I eligible for an annulment?

While an annulment also ends a marriage, the process is quite different when compared to much more common divorces. As a result, it's crucial that people seeking annulments have the right information going into the process to ensure it's a good option for them. Very Well Mind explains some of the common reasons people seek out an annulment over a divorce. 

How is paternity established in Florida?

Establishing legal paternity in Florida benefits the entire family. It's especially important when seeking child support after the demise of a relationship which produced one or more children. To help you make the best possible decisions for your family, the Florida Department of Revenue offers the following guide. 

What should I know when filing for full custody?

When full custody is awarded during a divorce, one parent will be afforded sole legal and physical custody of a child. Because many courts prefer to award joint custody, as it's thought to be in the best interest of the child, it's important for parents filing for sole custody to be properly prepared for their hearing. Very Well Family offers the following advice to ensure parents are well-prepared. 

Spousal neglect and divorce

Relationships fall apart for a myriad of reasons, but some can be especially painful from an emotional angle. For example, when someone is neglected by their spouse, they may reach the conclusion that divorce is necessary, even though the divorce process may seem like one of the last things they want to deal with. If you are in a marital relationship and you want to move on because your spouse has been neglecting you, it is vital to make sure that you approach your divorce correctly in order to avoid additional hardships such as unmanageable stress or even depression.

What benefits do prenuptial & postnuptial agreements offer?

Most people cringe at the thought of a prenuptial agreement. After all, during the lead up to marriage, the last thing you want to think about is divorce. The truth is that many couples' marriages will end in divorce and being prepared for the possibility might even strengthen your union in the long run. Forbes offers a few basics on pre and postnuptial agreements and why you should consider implementing one. 

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