How to Reduce the Stress of Sharing Child Custody during the Holiday Season
If you do not want to ruin this holiday season for your children, contact a Fort Lauderdale child custody attorney Gustavo E. Frances in the event of any disagreement, dispute, or misunderstanding with the other parent.
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Saturday,
December 01, 2018.
posted in Child Custody
How to Reduce the Stress of Sharing Child Custody during the Holiday Season

How to Reduce the Stress of Sharing Child Custody during the Holiday Season

The holiday season is arguably the most stressful time of year for every parent. With all the preparations, cooking, and vacation planning involved, it is only a matter of time before your head starts spinning from all the stress. But those sharing child custody with their ex-spouse find themselves in a much tougher situation during...

Friday,
November 30, 2018.
posted in Divorce
High-Income Couples Are Just As Likely To Get Divorced As Low-Income Households in Florida

High-Income Couples Are Just As Likely To Get Divorced As Low-Income Households in Florida

Contrary to the popular belief, a high-income household does not necessarily translate into a strong marriage destined to last for decades to come. A high salary does not mean that a married couple is less likely to call it quits. “However, it would be naïve to say that income and money play absolutely no role...

Saturday,
November 24, 2018.
posted in Divorce
Divorce: The Uncomplicated Edition

Divorce: The Uncomplicated Edition

We have all heard the statistic. About 50% of marriages end in divorce. It happens. We see celebrities celebrate their wedding day in secret only to end in divorce publicly. But we also learn from these highly publicized celebrities, that divorce doesn’t always mean doom and gloom. Divorce isn’t an ending. Divorce is recognizing that...

Friday,
November 23, 2018.
posted in Child Support
Child Support: Paternity and Time Sharing

Child Support: Paternity and Time Sharing

Breaking up sometimes happens as naturally as when you first got to together. As tough as it is to accept the new reality for yourself, it doesn’t take a genius to see that this acceptance will be hard on your children. When couples divorce, they either have a smooth transition or a rocky one. More...

Saturday,
November 17, 2018.
posted in Divorce
Do A Credit Check Before Marriage

Do A Credit Check Before Marriage

When people make the choice to get married, they do so because they are in love. The last thing they are thinking about is what they will do if they have to separate. The focus should be on how to keep the marriage strong. Well, finances should be given a long and hard look before...

Friday,
November 16, 2018.
posted in Child Custody
Do Men Get A Bad Deal With Child Custody?

Do Men Get A Bad Deal With Child Custody?

According to CNN, mothers end up as the custodial parents in more than 80 percent of separation cases. Does this mean that it is harder for men to get custody than women? If so, why is that the case? Is that fair? When you dig into most state laws, including the law here in Florida,...

Saturday,
November 10, 2018.
posted in Child Support
The Opioid Epidemic Plagues Child Support

The Opioid Epidemic Plagues Child Support

In Florida and around the country, the population is facing a major opioid problem. For many, the path to addiction starts with painkillers prescribed by doctors then leads to heroin. For others, addiction has been a part of their lives for a while. The problem is a growing one for the state of Florida. We...

Friday,
November 09, 2018.
posted in Child Custody
Kidnapped Child Found In Florida

Kidnapped Child Found In Florida

Two years ago, Massachusetts boy was taken by his mother from his father’s residence. At the time, the boy’s father had just been granted full custody by the Massachusetts courts. The mother, Christina Hale, took her son to her mother’s house. When the father went to retrieve him, he was told that the boy and...

Saturday,
November 03, 2018.
posted in Alimony Spousal Support
The New Alimony Law Is About to Take Effect

The New Alimony Law Is About to Take Effect

You may be aware of the ins and outs of divorce law, but a new federal law that is taking effect at the end of this year can really change the outcome of your divorce and your finances in the aftermath. For more than 70 years, the spouse who is the higher-earner (the one paying...

Friday,
November 02, 2018.
posted in Child Support
He Owes $4.2 Million In Child Support

He Owes $4.2 Million In Child Support

His name is David Lawrence Adams and he has been called the “most wanted deadbeat parent” by the US Department of Health and Human Services. Upon his divorce in 1994, Adams, a cardiologist in Florida at the time, was ordered to pay $2,500 a month in child support payments. He repeatedly refused to make those...

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