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Why can't child custody matters be settled in prenups?

A prenuptial agreement can be a good tool for two people to utilize to make important financial and property-based decisions before they get married. Prior posts on this Florida family law and divorce blog have outlined the requirements individuals must fulfill to make prenuptial agreements and the ways that prenups may be rendered invalid. This post will discuss one important topic that cannot be addressed in a prenuptial agreement: child custody.

Elements to include in child custody plans

Deciding how custody of children should be set in the wake of a divorce can be a difficult task for parents in Florida. However, state law encourages them to work together to meet their kids' best interests rather than relying on the court to sort out these important matters. When parents are able to establish time-sharing parameters that meet their children's needs they may have their findings approved by the courts hearing their divorce cases.

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