Today, many Florida couples are choosing to live together instead of getting married. While some do so as a stepping stone on the way to eventual marriage, others just don't feel like tying the knot. Some of these couples decide to purchase homes together, and there are reasons why they might not want to do so.
In between dividing assets, planning to relocate, and deciding on a parenting plan it is easy to forget to take a moment and breathe. Divorce can leave adults with natural feelings of loss and depression. As a parent it is important to consider that mental health after divorce will have a major impact on children.
Florida parents who have established a college savings account for their child may be concerned about what will happen to the account if they divorce. When parents end their marriage, all marital assets must be divided, including savings accounts that were meant to cover a child's future educational expenses. A divorcing parent may be concerned that their soon-to-be ex-spouse will use a college fund for their own expenses or to pay for the educational expenses of future children or stepchildren.