Child custody is an important issue for couples going through divorce, and often a very contentious issue. Couples who cannot agree on a parenting time arrangement, of course, have to have a judge step in and decide things for them. But how exactly do judges make child custody determinations?
In our last post, we began speaking about Florida law concerning prenuptial agreements, particularly what parties can and cannot address in these agreements. Here we’ll take a brief look at how these agreements are enforced by courts.