Going through a divorce can be a difficult process, especially when children are involved. Although the state of Florida has embraced the concept of co-parenting and encourages time-sharing arrangements, it's worth noting that not all states have similar laws. This can complicate custody arrangements and may even lead to disputes. But when dealing with the laws of other countries though, child custody arrangements can get even more contentious.
Child custody disputes are uniquely stressful affairs. If parents agree on what is best for their children, then child custody matters may proceed in a relatively straightforward manner. However, if parents are compelled to dispute where their children should live, how parenting time should be allocated and how their children should be raised, the process can become quite emotionally and physically draining.
One of the great things about Tampa is its diversity, and it is not at all uncommon for a local Tampa man or woman to be in a relationship with someone with a different citizenship. When the marriages don't work out, however, there are not only questions about how to divide parenting time, but also what kinds of international travel will be allowed. Since the foreign-born parent could potentially take the child and return to his or her home country, there needs to be very well-defined rules about travel.