Florida readers may know that a divorce can be most difficult for the youngest members of the family. Children often bear the emotional brunt of this decision, and while this transition will be complex, it is still possible to make this time of transition easier for every member of the family.
One of the ways that you can do this is by keeping your custody decisions out of the hands of the court. By opting not to litigate, you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse can work on a parenting plan that will allow your children to thrive, even long after your divorce is final. This option allows you to factor in considerations for needs and issues that may be unique to your family.