Adoption is a beautiful way for any couple to create a family. Whether you have your own biological children and want to add more to your brood or you can't have them on your own, adoption provides a way for a child to have a stable, secure future when they aren't conceived in the best circumstances.
Divorces in Florida and around the country often become contentious, and even spouses who had hoped to reach a rapid and amicable agreement can be dragged into bitter disputes over matters such as property division and child custody. Unpredictable and costly court battles are generally the outcome when couples become so entrenched in their positions that negotiated settlements become impossible to reach, but alternative approaches including collaborative divorce have become more popular in recent years.
After going through a divorce, a Florida family might find that the prior marital stresses continue in the form of parenting disputes. The court may approve a parenting plan that includes specific terms for visitation and custody, but parents at times violate these terms through purposeful or unintentional actions. A lack of communication can create misunderstandings about the reasons behind violations, which can cause both parents and children to experience even greater stress.