A Florida Couple Loses Custody Of Their Child Over Medical Treatment Issues
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Friday,
May 17, 2019.
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A Florida Couple Loses Custody Of Their Child Over Medical Treatment Issues

We know that most parents want to do what is right for their children. Their safety is the number one concern. However, if you have been watching the news lately, you have likely seen the case of a Florida couple that lost custody of their child due to issues over chemotherapy treatments. Today, we want...

Friday,
March 22, 2019.
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How Does The Vaccine Debate Play Out In A Divorce?

If you have watched the news at all over the last few years, you have likely seen plenty of debate about parents making the decision not to vaccinate their children. Lately, the debate has gotten much louder as outbreaks of measles occur in areas of the country where the vaccination rate it low. But does...

Friday,
March 15, 2019.
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Can Children Testify In Child Custody Hearings?

Building a family takes time, patience, finances, and support. Children must have a home and access to food and water as a minimum. Children are often the first to feel the negative effects of divorce. As a parent, you try to shield your child as much as you can, but it is just inevitable. Divorce...

Friday,
February 08, 2019.
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Do Men Get Punished When It Comes To Custody?

We have all heard it – women are going to get custody of the child most of the time. But is that true, and if it is, why is that the case? Going through divorce or separation is not easy on anyone, especially when there are younger children involved. The process can become complicated and...

Saturday,
January 12, 2019.
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Parents Will Stop At Nothing To Get Their Children

Divorce is not an easy decision. It usually doesn’t start with waking up one day and deciding that you do not want to be with your partner. Typically issues start to build up, you start to flight a lot, and then you start to fight to the point where you aren’t sure where the relationship...

Saturday,
December 08, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

How To Recognize Parental Alienation (And Ways To Deal With It)

While many believe that parental alienation is an inescapable by-product of almost every divorce involving children, many times, one of the parents is fully responsible for the growing alienation between the other parent and their kids. In the vast majority of cases, one of the parents intentionally alienates the other parent from their children in...

Saturday,
December 01, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

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...

Saturday,
December 01, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

How To Get Custody if You Are the Father

If you and your spouse have children and are going through a divorce, there is a strong likelihood that you will enter some kind of custody battle with each other. Depending on how old the children are, there is no real answer as to who will be the primary care giver. Even though there is...

Saturday,
October 20, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

Time-Sharing and Custody

Creating a family is always a blessing, but we have this narrative in our society that families who don’t stay together are broken. This is a lie. Sometimes are family life doesn’t fit into the social narrative, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t work. Divorce is a sad time, but it is also a fertile...

Saturday,
September 01, 2018.
posted in Child Custody

Can A Florida Court Force A Parent To Spend Time With Children When That Parent Does NOT Want To See The Kids?

It is no secret that Florida family courts have the power to order a parent to STOP spending time with his/her child. But let’s spin this situation around a little bit. Let’s imagine that a parent does not want to spend time with his/her child (but has visitation rights), no matter how cruel and wrong...

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