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Finding out that your spouse wants to divorce

Divorce can be a challenging process for various reasons, from legal issues related to custody or child support to the amount of time one can spend in the courtroom. For some people, divorce can be difficult because it was completely unexpected, and their marital partner filed a divorce petition without discussing the matter beforehand. If your marital partner recently filed for a divorce and you are unsure of what to do next, it is crucial to review your circumstances immediately.

Estate planning from a parent’s perspective

People set up estate plans for different reasons. Some people wish to support a cause they strongly believe in by passing down assets, while others want to ensure that their marital partner will have the financial resources they need should they become widowed. However, estate planning matters can be especially important for parents. As a parent, you likely have a number of concerns when it comes to your child’s future, but there may be certain ways to find reassurance that they will have the resources they need, such as including them in your estate plan.

How should you handle custody on Halloween?

Halloween is a popular holiday among children, for obvious reasons: The candy, the costumes, the fun and the family time. For children of divorced parents, however, the Halloween season can be fraught. Their Halloween now comes with the many complications of divorce. They must spend the holiday with only one parent, with their step-siblings or with their parents’ new partner.

Divorce injunctions protect you from domestic violence

Divorce constitutes an emotional process for all parties involved. Especially for spouses that have experienced domestic violence throughout their marriage, they may feel concerned about the actions of their spouse when they file a divorce petition in Florida. An action of injunction can offer victims and potential victims peace of mind through protection against any altercation involving their spouse.

Talking with family members about your will after a divorce

The end of a marriage can have an impact on an entire family in many ways. For example, in-laws may no longer see their loved one’s former spouse and kids may spend less time with one of their parents. There are other ways in which filing for a divorce can affect loved ones, however. For example, someone who has a will may need to make a number of revisions to their estate plan after they move on from their spouse. Moreover, it may be necessary to discuss your estate plan with relatives after your divorce.

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