Child custody disputes can be intense. While some parents are able to put their differences aside and make good choices about the health and welfare of their shared children, others cannot get past their disagreements with their former partners and, instead, take actions that may be detrimental to their kids. Parents in Florida can be accused of abducting their own children if their actions violate the custody and visitation agreements and orders that govern their family relations.
A prenuptial agreement is a contract that two people enter into when they decide that they want to be married. As with all contracts, Florida residents who desire to create prenuptial agreements should ensure that their interests are represented and protected in their documents before they sign them and make them binding. Certain factors that may be present during the course of the creation of a prenup may, however, subject it to challenges of fairness should the partners to the couple later choose to divorce.