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Enjoying the Holidays Following Divorce

The holidays are usually a time for friends and family togetherness. However, after you split, the holiday season can sound anything but cheerful. Here are a few tips that may Read More

Useful Tips for Better Co-Parenting

Effective co-parenting is one of the key ways parents can help the child navigate through the divorce process positively. Part of this may involve compromise to avoid disagreements on certain Read More

What Happens When a Parent Wants to Relocate?

Should a divorced parent try to move with their child out of town, what happens? Evidently, the procedure is fairly simple in terms of demonstrating to a family court that Read More

Achieving an Amicable Divorce

It’s common to hear about divorces becoming bitter legal battles, but they don’t always have to be acrimonious. There are several ways you can go about keeping things amicable, let’s Read More

Divorcing? Make Sure to Update Your Legal Documents

What documents should you update after divorce? The divorce process itself is already one that can be emotionally draining. Having to deal with the important details like legal documents may not Read More

Contested and Uncontested Divorce in Florida

In Florida, a marriage dissolution must be filed by any couple seeking a divorce. If they can negotiate on one or most of the main issues, they may have the Read More

Does Child Support Eventually End at 18 in Florida?

It can feel that the payments will never stop if you are a parent paying child support, and that's particularly true if the amount you’re required to pay isn’t one Read More

Spending Time With Children During the Upcoming Holiday Season

With the holiday season kicking off in just a few weeks, this time may bring out strong emotions among divorced couples with children. Often, one parent may wish to spend Read More

The Paternity Puzzle

Establishing paternity is one of the key ways to maintain a relationship with a child. Due to the legal ramifications involved, there are several ways a father can have or Read More

COVID-19 Continues to Affect Family Law

COVID-19 has already made life harder for families but according to a Sun-Sentinel article, it’s also affecting family law. The article mentions a mother who was not allowed to see Read More

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