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COVID-19 and Custody Arrangements

A Today article provides some useful and fascinating insight into how COVID-19 may affect child custody arrangements when people are being encouraged not to go outdoors and practice social distancing. Read More

The Importance of Digital Asset Disclosure

One of the trickiest parts of the divorce process is the division of assets, especially if there was no prenuptial agreement signed. In addition to the strong emotions involved in Read More

Transitioning Positively to Co-Parenting

If you and your spouse have decided divorce is best for your relationship and your children, you may already be thinking about how to go about dividing custody. Co-parenting may Read More

Florida Bills May Negatively Affect Families

In Florida, family law has evolved dramatically over the years. Today, in a traditional case of divorce, each parent can usually expect to receive equal time with their kids everywhere, Read More

What Are the Best Interests of the Child?

When the court makes a decision, you’ve likely read or heard that the decision was made in the best interest of the child. But what exactly are the best interests Read More

Overcoming Addiction Helps Everyone in the Family

Childhood plays a pivotal role in affecting the course of a person’s life. With parenting, you want your children to live a fulfilling, happy, healthy, and enriching life. However, if Read More

Relocating with Your Child

If you’ve recently gone through the Florida divorce process and wish to move, you might wonder how your child custody arrangements will be affected by relocating. The rules and regulations Read More

Approaching the Subject of a Prenuptial Agreement

A prenuptial agreement isn’t something many couples like to think about and it may induce feelings of worry or anxiety. Despite its potential connotations, a prenup doesn’t mean a partner Read More

LGBT Couples May Wish to Become Equal Legal Parents

Since 2015, same sex marriage has been legal in Florida. During the same year, the statute preventing same sex couples from adopting was also removed. Same sex couples living in Read More

When Issues Arise with Time Sharing

Upon receiving court order regarding a parenting plan, both parents are legally bound by it. If one parent is not honoring the plan by refusing to allow the child to Read More

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