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Dealing with an Uninvolved Parent

Following a divorce, you may find that you’ll need to help your children deal with the emotions associated with the breakup, in addition to helping them adjust to a potential Read More

When Alimony Is No Longer Necessary

With an acrimonious divorce, having to deal with alimony can raise more issues between a pair of feuding soon-to-be exes. It’s worth remembering that alimony is solely meant to provide Read More

Can Divorced Parents Access a Child’s Records?

Florida law ensures that both parents have equal rights when it comes to their child’s records, even if they’re divorced. However, this may change if a court happens to take Read More

When Does Child Support End?

There are significant consequences that come with falling behind or failing to pay child support. Hence, it is imperative to make these payments a priority. Eventually, these payments will cease, Read More

Adopting a Foster Child

While many family planning Floridians are aware of the existence of adoption agencies in the state, not all understand the process. Bringing a foster child to a permanent family can Read More

Returning to Work Following a Divorce

Securing an agreement for spousal support is just the first part of getting back to enjoying your quality of life before the divorce. Clients continue to fall into the trap Read More

Custody Sharing During the Holidays

With families that have gone through the pain of divorce, the holiday season can be a difficult one. There may still be feelings of resentment among the parents that may Read More

Unpaid Child Support Affects Men and Women Alike

A common misconception when it comes to child support payments is that they are often owed by fathers. However, women can also be held accountable for any unpaid child support Read More

Assisting Children with Visitation Adjustments

Children do better when they can spend time with both of their parents. If your former spouse suggests that visits aren’t going positively, brainstorm together on ways to improve. For Read More

Keep Your Holiday Spending in Check

The holiday season is in full swing. Whether you are the parent in custody or are required to make regular child support payments, single parents may find the season challenging. Read More

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