Florida animal lovers may be familiar with Cesar Millán, who was known as the "Dog Whisperer" on his television show. Millán's divorce from his wife has recently become final, and the details reveal the issues many couples will have to contend with if they happen to divorce.
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A child custody arrangement is often the most important part of a divorce. But for one or both parents, a divorce can coincide with, or soon be followed by, a change in careers. In some cases, this can have a marked effect on a parent's ability to visit with his or her children, perhaps because of the nature of the job or because the parent must relocate in order to take the new position.
By definition, a high asset divorce will involve a number of valuable pieces of property. The difficultly in such cases can be finding all the assets, properly valuing them and dividing them. The task becomes even more complex when the divorcing couple holds billions of dollars in assets, such as real estate holdings, around the world. Such is the case with a Russian businessman, whose recent purchase of a high value property during divorce proceedings is being contested by his wife.
Raising a child can be a difficult task for any couple. When parents are going through a divorce, however, that difficulty can multiply exponentially. Divorcing parents in Florida must create a parental responsibility arrangement, which attempts to keep both parents involved with their children's lives. Psychologists suggest that such an arrangement can be beneficial, since the children of divorced couples who practice a collaborative approach to parenting tend to be at a lower risk of developmental issues.