First of all, congratulations! Spreading the news of your upcoming marriage is exciting and you are undoubtedly anxious to begin to telling the important people in your life about your new future.
In the case of second marriages, frequently those very important people include kids.
Before you start spreading the news too far and wide, however, take some time to think about how you and your fiancé want to approach talking to the kids in your lives about your upcoming marriage. If one or both of you has kids from a previous relationship, it’s important to be sensitive to their questions and concerns. Here are some basics to keep in mind:
Second marriages are momentous occasions, but it’s not surprising for children to have questions and concerns about what it means to be part of a newly blended family. At Vasquez de Lara Law Group, family is at the core of everything we do. If you have questions about Florida family law, don’t hesitate to get in touch.