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Put your special needs child first in your divorce

If you have a special needs child and are in the process of divorcing your spouse, you may be feeling as if you have taken on more than you can bear. Separations are never easy, and when there are fragile kids in the mix, it can make everything seem more stressful and challenging. You try to do everything possible to get what you want out of your divorce, but some of your desires may conflict with your child’s needs. 

Child custody and parenting of special needs children in divorce

Florida couples in the throes of divorce may agree that it is a stressful time with many challenging decisions to be made. Child-related issues can complicate matters considerably, and if there is a special needs child, all aspects of child custody and parenting will require extra careful consideration by both parents. Parents of special needs children might have to face potential life-long co-parenting.

Why and how to establish paternity in Florida for a child

A child often gets his or her sense of self from those closest to him or her. If a child is uncertain as to who his or her father may be, this can have a detrimental effect on one's self perception. This is just one reason why it may benefit all of the parties involved when attempting to prove paternity in the state of Florida.

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