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International adoptions encouraged by Secretary of State

Many Florida couples, like other couples around the country, look at adoption as their means for becoming parents and having a family. Whether international or domestic, adoption can offer opportunities to adoptees and adoptive parents alike. Some families even choose to adopt children if they can successfully have their own biological children and other families rely solely on adoption.

Investigate options for more positive divorce outcomes

No divorce is ever easy but some can be more complex than others and many reasons can make that the case for Florida couples. A high asset divorce, for example, could naturally include more complexities than another divorce situation. Decisions surrounding alimony or child custody can also make coming to agreement in a divorce settlement harder.

Mother chooses to move away and loses child custody

Determining child custody agreements can be an experience wrought with emotions for Florida parents. The need to outline a parenting plan also results in the loss of time with a child. Many orders include parameters around parental relocation and provide limits to that in an effort to keep parents and children close together and maintain a strong parental relationship with children.

Specialized input may help couples in a divorce

Florida couples that have experienced the agony of divorce can attest to anyone contemplating a divorce of their own that it can be extremely complex and wrought with emotions and many challenges. The need to agree with a soon-to-be former spouse on many topics is never easy. Divorce issues range from child custody to property division and more.

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