Divorce is a very time consuming, emotionally charged process. There are a few things to keep in mind as you embark on this new phase of your life.
Parental alienation is when the actions of one parent influence a child to reject the other parent, and happens most often during contested divorces.
Florida does not recognize legal separation. However, there are various things that a couple can do instead of filing for divorce.
There is the ability for one parent to get sole responsibility and limited timesharing with the other parent if it is in the child's best interest.
Meeting with an attorney to discuss your divorce can be an intimidating experience. You may have a certain idea of what you want and how things will go, but it is important that you go into the meeting prepared, even for things you may not have expected. There may be parts of the divorce that [...]