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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 new living arrangement or family structure. If your former spouse isn’t making an effort to remain in the children’s lives now that you’ve parted ways, […]

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 the former spouse with the same living standard he or she was accustomed to during the marriage until they can find employment. However, is it […]

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, but when does that time come? In most cases, child support ends when the child completes high school. There are scenarios where the payments will […]

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 be a positive, but also an exhausting time of life. Helping a new family member adapt to daily routines can be difficult; in addition to […]

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 just as men would, as a case. The non-custodial parent (regardless of whether it’s the mother or father) must pay a portion of the standard […]

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. In this case, you need to take the right steps to prevent problems from happening, as spending too much during the holidays can lead to […]

Conduct Yourself Professionally in Court

In some divorces, there are strong feelings of anger, bitterness, hurt, and so many more negative emotions. Understandably, a particularly acrimonious divorce can cause the emotions to spill into the courtroom. Although such feelings are common, divorce court is an empirical environment where the primary issues are diving property, finances, and sorting out child custody. […]

Honesty Is Imperative in Prenuptial Agreements

When coming up with a prenuptial agreement, both soon to be spouses must be truthful to avoid any issues should the marriage not work out and result in divorce. To provide an example, a man getting married to a woman may decide to embellish his assets to give a greater sense of wealth to impress […]

Can Visitation Rights Be Revoked?

In Florida, non-custodial parents are usually required to pay child support to help with the child’s financial needs and stability. If the non-custodial parent isn’t making payments, it can be frustrating, so much so that the custodial may decide to withhold visitation until payments resume. Is this possible or what is the best approach? While […]

Establishing a Healthy Co-Parenting Arrangement

Navigating the ins and outs of child custody can prove to be a challenge. It requires working with someone whom you are no longer involved with and may have bitter feelings towards. It’s important to remember that the focus is on the well-being of the child and not how one parent feels about the other. […]

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