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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. 

Divorcing your spouse when you have a special needs child

While you are making plans to divorce your spouse in Florida, do not forget to take your special needs child into consideration. Ideally, you and your child's other parent should cooperate to make the situation as uneventful and less stressful on your kid as possible. However, you may have trouble communicating with each other without conflict because of the fear, uncertainty and changes you are experiencing. 

Your divorce and the search for hidden assets

The subject of hidden assets may not come up in every divorce, but it frequently enters the conversation when the couple’s personal or business assets are substantial. The law requires equitable distribution of the marital estate, but one partner or the other may not want to share everything.

Can both parents attend a child's IEP meeting after divorce?

If you are in the process of divorcing and have a child with a disability, one thing you may be wondering is whether both parents can attend a child’s IEP meeting after the divorce is final. As you probably know, these meetings can shape your child’s education and future, and they are often of critical importance.

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