If your child is a student at Southeastern Louisiana University or another institution of higher learning, he or she probably talks about the pressures of college life. Perhaps over the recent holidays you heard about brutal final exams, impossible professors and long, late-night study sessions. Maybe you noticed something different about your child.
When you told your children you were getting divorced, you may have heard simultaneous mixed reactions. Even if your kids had an inkling ahead of time that all was not well in your marriage, they may have been taken aback as they considered the impact your divorce would have on their lives. That's only natural and many Florida parents find they need third party support to help their children adapt to new lifestyles when they sever their marital ties.
Do you think it's unromantic to talk about divorce, even before you tie the knot? Some Louisiana residents would say so. However, many people whose marriages ended in court years beyond their wedding day celebrations were thankful they had signed prenuptial agreements when the time came to divorce. How do you know if signing a premarital contract is right for you?