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The challenges of a high-conflict divorce

Nobody wants to go through the divorce process, but if you find yourself in this position you hope that things move forward as smoothly as possible.

Unfortunately, many people find themselves involved with a high-conflict divorce. With this, a variety of disputes move to the forefront. Not only can this slow down the process, but it can cost both parties quite a bit of money. On top of this, it will also worsen the relationship between the divorcing couple.

It’s important to follow these child support modification tips

Are you required to pay child support? Have you stayed current with your payments in the past? Do you have reason to believe that you will fall behind in the future?

If you find yourself in this position, it's time to learn more about the child support modification process. There is no guarantee that the court will agree with you, but there are steps you can take to put you in position to have your payments lowered in the future.

Prenuptial agreement can ease your mind before second marriage

Did you go through the divorce process in the past? Did this have a negative impact on your finances? If so, you may look back and wonder if there is anything you could have done differently.

As somebody closing in on a second marriage, it's time to take a different approach. It's time to take steps that will help protect your finances in the event of another divorce. The best thing you can do is create a prenuptial agreement.

What are the challenges associated with a prenuptial agreement?

There is a lot to think about before you get married. For many, this means a close look at the benefits of a prenuptial agreement.

Although you may be interested in creating a prenuptial agreement, there is no guarantee that your soon-to-be spouse will feel the same way. Along with this, there are some challenges associated with the creation of this document.

Focus on both asset and debt division

If you are moving forward with divorce, you may begin to wonder what will happen to your property and assets. In short, these items will be divided so that both parties can move on with their separate lives.

In the state of Florida, "equitable distribution" comes into play if you are unable to reach a settlement outside of court.

What mistakes do women often make during divorce?

As a woman going through the divorce process, it's imperative to understand your rights and what will happen as the days, weeks and months unfold. While some women do whatever it takes to put themselves in position to succeed after the divorce is finalized, others don't know what they should be doing.

Here are some of the most common mistakes that women making during divorce:

Answer these personal questions before asking for a divorce

Is the idea of divorce swirling around your head? Are you wondering if this is the best way to improve your life?

Before we go any further, remember this: Filing for divorce is one of the biggest decisions you can make. For this reason, you need to be careful of the steps you take.

What is a shared parenting plan?

As you move through the divorce process, you'll have many important details on your mind. If you have at least one child with your former spouse, you need to do whatever it takes to remain a major part of their life.

In some cases, parents are unable to get along well enough to make joint decisions regarding their divorce, child custody arrangement, and other important details.

Benefits of a prenuptial agreement before a second marriage

Were you previously married? Did your relationship end in divorce?

If you did not have a prenuptial agreement in place, it's safe to assume that you're all too familiar with the property division process. Taking this one step further, you may not be happy with the way things ended with regard to what you received.

There are things you can’t include in a prenuptial agreement

Are you interested in creating a prenuptial agreement? Is this something you've discussed with your soon to be spouse?

If you find yourself in this position, it's a must to better understand what you are and are not permitted to include. The last thing you want to do is create a prenuptial agreement that will not hold up in court if the time comes.

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