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What types of child visitation are there in Florida?

Once and you and your ex decide to go your own separate ways, one of the first things that you'll want to discuss is how to share custody of your children. If you're unable to reach an agreement about how to do so, then a judge may be asked to step in and decide for you. If they're asked to do so, then they end up awarding one of you primary custody and the other visitation depending on testimony presented in the case.

What documents do I need when asking for alimony?

In many households across America, one spouse will assume the role of breadwinner for the family while the other stays home caring for the kids. That can create financial concerns for the homemaker spouse if there's a divorce. If you're in this situation, you may realize that you can request alimony -- but you may not be certain about what figures into a judge's decision about whether or not you'll receive it.

How can you know if your co-parenting plan will work?

As a parent, one of your main concerns regarding your divorce likely pertains to your children. How will your divorce impact their lives? How will you provide them with continuity of lifestyle? Many Florida parents find that the solution that best answers these questions and others is to opt for a co-parenting plan. This choice will allow your children to have regular access to both parents.

How can divorcing parents arrange to pay for a child's college?

The older your kids get, the more likely it is that you're becoming more nervous about how you're going to pay for their college, especially if you haven't been saving along the way. Parents who are facing a divorce are likely to face even more uncertainty about how to get their kids through school.

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