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One common trigger for divorce is adultery, and the honest spouse is usually ready to bring the fact that their partner cheated to the divorce table as conspicuously as possible. Most people may believe they automatically deserve a better deal in a divorce than their adulterous partner. However, in reality, adultery doesn’t play as big a role in a Florida divorce as most people may believe.

One of the most horrifying experiences a parent can endure is a child custody battle, especially when you don’t know what to expect. Even if you’re not the one making it a battle, you must go into court with a concrete action plan to prove your case.

Uncertainty is one of the worst feelings in the world. No matter how bad a situation is, it’s always better to know what happened than to be left in the dark. That’s why it’s extremely painful to find out a loved one has gone missing. Did they meet with an accident? Are they alive? Did someone take them? Questions like these will instantly flood your mind when a loved one goes missing.

Do you feel your partner is having an affair behind your back? Unfortunately, accusing your spouse of cheating is a massive call that must be backed by evidence. If you wrongly accuse your partner of being disloyal, things will never be the same in your relationship again. It will cause them to distrust you and your marriage might even end as a result. Worse yet, they might not want to be with you following a false accusation and cite irreconcilable differences to get a no-fault divorce!