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What you need to understand about multi-state custody agreements

Divorce is hard enough as it is, but when you have to negotiate co-parenting obligations with an ex-spouse and you live in separate states, it can become even more difficult. That happens for a number of reasons, most of which are fairly obvious. Families that live a great distance from one another have communication difficulties, for starters. It can also be difficult to find a co-custody agreement that gives both parents balanced time, especially since schooling and other obligations tend to make a fifty-fifty split custody agreement difficult, if not impossible, to achieve.

Know the essential elements of a solid parenting plan

Divorce is never easy, least of all when there are minor children to consider. Often, even when the parents do everything they can to ensure that communication is kept open and the children understand the process, there are still misunderstandings or under-negotiated issues that slip through the cracks. While it might never be possible for families to endure a divorce without some of these moments, the fact is that the transition is a lot easier when you plan ahead to ensure that there are as few of those incidents as possible. The first step to successfully managing that is the creation of a parenting plan.

These expenses are not covered by standard child support

If you are in the middle of a divorce process, you understand how difficult it can be to cope with the myriads of changes that are happening in both your financial and your personal life. That makes it easy to lose track of some of the details, such as exactly which expenses your child support agreement is supposed to cover. Regardless of which side of that agreement you are on, it is important to realize that there are many regular day-to-day expenses and milestone goals that children will need help funding outside of the calculations offered by child support.

Divorcing a crazy spouse? Anticipate some unsavory actions?

Even the most amicable of divorces have some baggage to them, so it should come as no surprise that a nasty divorce would have its fair share of problems. One of the more common worries that people involved in a divorce have, aside from trying to get as much as they can out of the relationship, is the fear that their to-be ex-spouse is planning to do them rotten.

Is Florida's alimony reform bill a solution or a problem?

Arguably, people don't enter a marriage thinking it will end in divorce, but the simple truth is that sometimes relationships just don't work out. When relationships, especially marriages, come to an end it is stressful and usually quite painful as both parties struggle to redefine their lives and divide everything they've worked so hard to build together. A large part of this process obviously involves an economic discussion as both parties work toward financial independence.

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