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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 is seeing a future divorce. Instead, it can be viewed as a way to get rid of uncertainties while protecting the interests of both individuals. […]

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 spend time with the other parent, the court can help in dealing with the situation. A judge will always put the best interests of the […]

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 such a right away for whatever reason. Among these records is medical and dental records. These documents are very useful for you to make proper […]

Mediation: An Option to Consider

In a dependency case, your family case may be dealing with serious issues like possible neglect or child abuse. The complicated process of dependency in Florida may affect a satisfactory resolution. This requires a convoluted series of trials, including housing, adjudication, more. You may find that mediation is an option worth exploring. With mediation, a […]

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 affect any family get-togethers. While it may seem like a good idea to simply avoid an uncomfortable situation by allowing the children to remain with […]

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 a while, toys and leisure opportunities may help the child, but consistency between the two houses will give your kids the stability they need to […]

Who Gets the Dog?

With a divorce, there is often the issue of determining child custody. But what about the family dog? Who gets to keep the pooch after you and your soon to be ex both did the job of raising, feeding, and caring for the four-legged member of the family? Ideally, you can both come to a […]

Is It Time to Move On?

Choosing to divorce is a decision many couples prefer to use as an absolute last resort or a topic that should only be discussed if there are no other solutions. If you think dissolving your marriage may be the best decision but you have some degree of uncertainty, you should consider some of the signs […]

The Benefits of Parallel Parenting

For many couples going through an acrimonious divorce, co-parenting may be easier said than done. If there are bitter feelings, it may be difficult to make mutually agreeable decisions regarding the children. In such a case, parallel parenting is an option worth looking into. Co-parenting means former spouses work together to raise their children despite […]

What Makes a Parent Unfit?

Depending on how long you’ve been married, you and your spouse have probably disagreed on issues regarding your children. Perhaps the child knows that one of you will say yes when the other one says no, resulting in potential conflict. While the above example may not be enough to drive you to seek a divorce, […]

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