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Preparing for a New Addition

Adopting a child is a lengthy process that is legally complex and emotionally charged. Set aside the financial obligation. Prospective parents who are about to become legal parents need to not only prepare themselves on a personal level but also take actual steps to welcome their respective new additions.

Co-parenting can work even if you don't like your ex-spouse

One of the most difficult aspects of divorce is deciding what will happen to your children. It's not easy to relinquish control of your parenting time or your children's schedule, and it can be hard to set aside your own feelings so you can do what is in the best interests of the children. In many cases, Florida families find that it is beneficial to choose a co-parenting schedule. 

Thinking of adopting a child? Keep these things in mind

Many Florida households include family members who are children. The means by which a child enters a family can vary. Perhaps you have a neighbor who is currently pregnant. A few doors down, you might know another person who welcomed several children into his or her family by marrying the children's parent. Chances are, somewhere in your town, there are also children who came to their families by adoption.

The Importance of Adoption Awareness

This year’s National Adoption Week occurs from October 14th to the 20th. Since it’s inception, the event focuses on finding homes for children waiting to be adopted. This year, the emphasis is on kids who wait the longest to find a home. Considered priority children, they include:

Is it worth it to fight a divorce?

You've worked long and hard on your marriage issues, and maybe you feel like you and your spouse are finally making headway on some of your problems. You may feel like the future could be better, or you may not even be aware of any major problems at all, which is why your spouse's request for a divorce can blindside you. At this point, what can you do to stop this from happening? 

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