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Attorneys report rise in prenuptial agreements

People in Florida in the 18-to-34 age group who are getting married might be more likely to get a prenuptial agreement compared to previous generations. According to the American Association of Matrimonial Lawyers, prenuptial agreements are on the rise in general. However, the growth in prenups among millennials is more recent.

Both parents must commit to raising a child after a divorce

For parents in Florida and throughout the country, the key to raising a child after a divorce is for parents to communicate well and respect the other person in the child's life. Parents should also respect the fact that the child needs both parents in his or her life.

How to find the best parents to adopt your baby

Finding out you are unexpectedly pregnant can be extremely stressful. Perhaps you feel unprepared to become a mother, are facing financial difficulties or never planned to have children. Whatever your situation, you have several options. If you are considering adoption, your biggest concern is likely finding the right parents for your unborn child.

Creating a parenting schedule that works for everyone

Florida parents who are getting a divorce need to create a parenting schedule that outlines when the child will stay with each parent. By doing this in a way that prioritizes the child's needs, parents can indicate to their children that they care what happens to them.

Alimony changes coming after 2018

Couples in Florida who are planning to divorce in 2018 may have a strong incentive to act quickly to avoid changes that will go into effect when the new year dawns. Changes to the way that alimony or spousal support is taxed are going into effect on January 1, 2019, and those changes can have serious consequences for both parties in a marital split. The changes will only affect couples who divorce after the beginning of 2019. Individuals who have finalized their divorces prior to that date will operate under the current taxation system.

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