Some couples will stay together even though it is clear that they should split up. There are a variety of reasons why a couple might stay married, but usually it is when children are involved that there are additional reasons for not going through with a divorce. Florida divorces with children are difficult and no one wants to broach the topic of separation with their little ones; but in some cases, parents may become better parents and children may be better off after a divorce.
One might argue, in spite of all the statistical studies that show children do better in dual parent homes, that each break-up is unique and so is each child and parent. Perhaps some children will do better, for example, if they are not in a home where two parents are constantly engaged in arguments. Also, children may be better off in a more truthful situation, where parents are separated rather than pretending to be in love in a marriage that is only founded on a fantasy.
There are a lot of popular misconceptions about divorce. For example, some may say that divorce is the easiest way out, but really there is nothing easy about it. For most, it is simply the less awful solution to the situation of being in a toxic and/or unhappy relationship. On top of that, the legal and financial hurdles of asset division, child custody, and finalizing the divorce is extremely challenging.
Florida couples going through divorces with children can seek professional assistance to make the process go as smoothly as possible. A divorce does not have to be a legal battle of will against will. Sometimes, divorces like this cannot be avoided; however, a divorce can also be a collaborative effort between two well-intentioned people making decisions together that both sides are happy with. The most experienced professionals will agree that an amicable split is far and away the best kind of split for both sides of a marriage and any children who are also in the family.