Family Law Case Leaves Teenage Girls In Home With Sex Offender
The resulting opinion stated that the man had not provided sufficient evidence that his children were at risk of harm simply because they were living under the same roof as a convicted sex offender. Should this father wish to continue his quest for custody?
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Wednesday,
June 14, 2017.
posted in Family Law

Family law case leaves teenage girls in home with sex offender

Most Florida parents have a great deal of concern for the well-being of their children. This concern does not subside when parents divorce; in many cases, the noncustodial parent becomes increasingly anxious about whether his or her children are being properly cared for. In a family law case that has reached one state’s highest judicial...

Wednesday,
June 14, 2017.
posted in Child Support

Innovative methods may spark improved child support collections

Although child support proceedings in Florida and every other state can involve fathers or mothers who callously choose to elude paying support for their children, such cases are fortunately a small minority of the large number of parents who pay support or who sincerely strive to keep up with the payments. There are some parents...

Thursday,
June 08, 2017.
posted in Divorce

Covering all the financial bases during divorce

For many Florida residents, moving through the property division process is one of the most stressful aspects of ending a marriage. Understanding how to properly divide marital wealth is a challenge, especially for spouses who have not played an active role in managing family finances. For those individuals, it is absolutely critical to construct a...

Thursday,
June 01, 2017.
posted in Family Law

Shared child custody is a Florida family law option

As most divorce attorneys will say, few legal matters are more emotionally fraught than child custody battles. No loving parent can bear the thought of losing access to a child. That fear is often what drives parents to fight to the bitter end to retain as much time with their kids as possible. According to...

Tuesday,
May 30, 2017.
posted in blog

It’s the little details that make a parenting plan work

Have you ever counted the number of decisions that you and the other parent make regarding your child each day? Has your child earned the right to stay up later? What discipline is appropriate for your child’s transgression? Should your child watch that movie or is it inappropriate at this age? Parents make all of...

Tuesday,
May 30, 2017.
posted in Child Custody

When custody disputes spoil vacation plans

Vacations are supposed to take you away from the stress and strife of daily life. However, if you are battling with your ex-spouse about custody arrangements during the summer months, you are probably having a hard time relaxing and enjoying the time off. More importantly, your children may feel the tension between their parents, and...

Wednesday,
May 24, 2017.
posted in Divorce

New ruling addresses division of military benefits after divorce

Most Florida residents who are members of the United States military have a basic understanding of how their benefits are handled. For those who are preparing to divorce, it is important to take a closer look at how those benefits will be divided, as the outcome will have a lasting impact on the financial standing of...

Monday,
May 22, 2017.
posted in Domestic Violence

WWE star with bad past accused of domestic assault in Florida

The issue of domestic violence remains significant in many areas of the United States, including Florida. When a celebrity is accused of domestic assault, word travels fast. Such is the case for WWE star, Adam Rose (stage name) after a recent incident involving his wife. Rose’s real name is Raymond Leppan. Many are aware of the...

Thursday,
May 18, 2017.
posted in Family Law

How YouTube can negatively impact family law matters

Many Florida readers make frequent use of YouTube, an online platform that allows users to upload and share videos. In fact, some families have even created their own YouTube channel to share content with friends, family and anyone else who happens to take interest in their videos. It is even possible to monetize one’s YouTube...

Thursday,
May 11, 2017.
posted in Domestic Violence

Woman uses domestic violence experience to help others

When a Florida resident is harmed at the hands of a loved one, it can be difficult to come to terms with what has occurred, and to chart a course for what should happen next. One of the hardest things for people to understand is why a victim so often remains with his or her...

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