March 2019 Archives

Dealing with divorce as a large family

When it comes to divorce, every couple is in a unique situation. Some may have a great deal of wealth, while others may be struggling due to a low income. Some couples may have no children and others may have several kids. If you and your marital partner have many children, there are a number of issues that must be taken into consideration when you bring your marriage to an end. Not only is child custody a potential hurdle, but you may also have to deal with legal issues related to child support payments. Moreover, divorce can be especially stressful for those who have many kids.

What happens to a couple with an adopted child in a divorce?

Adoption is a common way for people to grow their families. Couples adopt for all kinds of reasons. Maybe a relative or a child you had a pre-existing relationship with wound up in foster care. Perhaps you are unable to have children biologically, or maybe you just wanted to give a home to a child who was already here.

Is there any way you can invalidate a prenuptial agreement?

Love is an intense experience that can sometimes prompt people to make decisions that aren't in their own best interest. For example, if you were desperately in love with your fiance, you might have barely glanced at the prenuptial agreement they asked you to sign. After all, you plan to stay married for the rest of your life.

Tips for fathers preparing a parenting plan

If you are a Florida father going through a divorce, you may have questions about custody and how you can ensure you get time with your children. In the past, mothers often had primary responsibility for minor children. However, today courts prefer joint custody and parenting plans that keep dad involved with his kids. At Beverly L. Brennan, P.A., we help clients prove paternity, develop parenting plans and work to ensure the best possible outcome.

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