Family dynamics in Florida are often complicated. If your child has divorced their spouse or passed away, you may no longer enjoy spending time with your grandchildren due to visitation issues. At Schipani and Norman, P.A., we often represent clients who file for grandparent visitation rights.
Prenuptial agreements have gotten a bad reputation for causing rifts between couples. The fact is, devising a premarital arrangement allows you to lay all the information on the table. It is a process where you get to go through all the assets each partner brings to the marriage, ensuring each person is on the same page.
Co-parenting is not without its ups and downs. This is especially true when your ex is given to narcissistic behaviors. Co-parenting can seem all but impossible under these circumstances, but you must ensure your children feel loved and supported at all times. Psychology Today explains how you can co-parent with a former spouse when he or she proves difficult to deal with.
Despite the circumstances that led to your divorce in Sarasota, you may have no issue in helping your ex-spouse move on after your marriage has ended. That may include paying them spousal support (if you were the primary wage-earner in your marital home). Yet the purpose of spousal support is not for your to remain indebted to your ex-spouse indefinitely. If they have come to rely on that support as part of their income, they may look to do all they can to keep you obligated to pay it.
For many parents in Florida, it is a dream for them to send their children to college. A higher education degree is often associated with the opportunity for a better future than perhaps what the parents may have had. When a couple makes the choice to get divorced before their kids reach the age of applying for college, it can be helpful to discuss their approach to funding a college education when the time comes.