Holiday Visitation Schedule: What’s the Best Way to Split the Holidays?
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Thursday,
December 28, 2017.
posted in Child Custody

Holiday Visitation Schedule: What’s the Best Way to Split the Holidays?

For any divorced or unmarried parents, a holiday season can get pretty hectic and stressful – but not if you take care of your holiday visitation schedule in advance. In 90% of all cases, when two parents have joint physical custody, the other parent will want to spend at least some portion of the holiday...

Friday,
June 16, 2017.
posted in Family Law

Couple faces serious family law issues related to marijuana use

A family is fighting for the return of their five children after a prolonged child custody case that involves their extended family members and their state of residence. The couple lost custody of their kids after the parents expressed an interest in moving to a nearby state to be able to access legal marijuana for...

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...

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...

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...

Friday,
April 14, 2017.
posted in Family Law

Immigration policy uncertainties creates family law issues

Regardless of one’s political loyalties, there can be little doubt that the current administration’s immigration policies are creating quite a stir. For those in Florida who are engaged to be married and are hoping for a green card, fears of immigration changes can lead to a great deal of anxiety. Some have even chosen to...

Thursday,
March 30, 2017.
posted in Family Law

Unusual family law case results in unusual judgment

The structure of the “average” American family is undergoing rapid change, and the courts that serve children and families are typically slow to respond to social changes. As a result, individual cases are often what prompts change in family law courts in Florida and other states, through unique and groundbreaking precedent. An example is found...

Friday,
March 17, 2017.
posted in Family Law

How to predict the cost of a Florida family law case

As soon as a spouse makes the decision to end his or her marriage, the very next thought is often about the cost of that process. Divorce can be expensive, as anyone who has gone through the process or had a front row seat to a friend or family member’s divorce can attest to. There...

Friday,
March 17, 2017.
posted in Family Law

If you choose to co-parent, you need the right plan in place

Making the choice to co-parent is never a simple decision. Many Florida parents make the choice to co-parent because they wish to provide as much stability as possible for their children, but that does not mean that the path will be an easy one. Agreeing to this type of parenting plan requires careful consideration and...

Friday,
March 03, 2017.
posted in Family Law

The important role of timing in Florida family law issues

For some couples, making the decision to divorce is not difficult. What poses a challenge is making the seemingly endless number of decisions that must be made to complete the divorce process. That can be even more true for Florida spouses who share children. When it comes to family law issues surrounding shared parenting and...

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