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Timesharing in Florida and Parental Responsibility

Florida child custody laws require specific provisions and allocations to be included in each final order for child custody. These provisions pertain to the child’s upbringing, the child’s ...
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Best Interests of the Child Factors in Florida

When divorcing parents enter court to determine child custody arrangements, judges in Florida will examine the best interests of the child in order to come to a decision. While the state law ...
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How Florida Parents Can Help Their Children Weather a Divorce

No one will ever say that divorce is easy. In fact, many well-meaning family and friends will say that their own divorce was the most trying experience they ever had to go through. However, if divorce ...
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The Lies Florida Residents Believe About Divorce

While it may be challenging to see it this way, especially when you are in the throws of an extremely difficult divorce, our friends are not always giving us the best advice. In one respect, the ...
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Parents Have Eventual Win in Unusual Child Custody Case

For Florida parents, the most frightening experience imaginable is the loss of their child. Whether through illness, catastrophe or natural disaster, parents have a deeply ingrained fear of losing the ...
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Media Mogul Murdoch Files for Divorce from Wife After 14 years

Back in 1999, media mogul Rupert Murdoch married his third wife, Wendi Deng. Now, just a short 14 years later, he has filed for divorce. It may not come as a surprise to anyone in Florida that the ...
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Judge to Child Support Debtor: Stop Procreating

Failing to pay child support is a serious offense that can drastically affect the wellbeing of child. Even so, many custodial parents may feel frustrated at the relatively light penalties that are ...
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Holiday Parenting Plans Can Be Source of Conflict for Co-Parents

The holidays can be stressful for some people, due to dealing with family obligations. For divorced parents this can be even more stressful when parents argue over the holiday plans for their ...
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Parenting and Divorce Mediation Can Benefit Florida Couples

Divorce mediation is becoming more popular for couples who wish to take some of the negative emotions out of the situation. This involves the couple actually working together to make decisions related ...
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