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Enforcing Your Visitation Rights in Florida
Enforcing Your Visitation Rights in Florida

Before finalizing a divorce, parents in Florida are required to develop and submit a parenting plan to the court. This parenting plan outlines how the parents will share custody and meet the financial and emotional needs of their child. It also determines individual parental ...

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Blog posts in Child Custody

  • Modifying Child Support for Military Parents

    Divorce can be an exceptionally complicated legal process for both active duty and reserve servicemembers. This is particularly true in matters ...

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  • Establishing Paternity in Florida

    In Florida, many men find it difficult to establish their parental rights because there is a distinction between a “biological father” and a “legal ...

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  • Co-Parenting Tips for the Summer

    Now that summer is finally here and the kids are out of school, you and your ex-spouse are likely looking forward to spending some time with them and ...

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  • Temporary Custody & Alimony Explained

    If you’re getting a divorce in Florida, reaching a divorce settlement can take months or even years—especially if it makes it all the way to the ...

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  • Claiming Children for Tax Purposes in Divorce & Paternity Cases

    While parenthood has many benefits, children can be very expensive. Thankfully, I.R.S. rules allow parents to claim their children as dependents and ...

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  • Do Unmarried Fathers Have Custody Rights?

    As an unmarried father, there are certainly some things that you will need to know to protect your rights and relationship with your children. In the ...

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  • What Are the Different Kinds of Child Custody?

    When a couple decides to end their relationship, it becomes even more complex when there are shared children, in which case child custody becomes the ...

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  • Three Factors Florida Courts Consider When Determining Child Custody

    When a couple decides to file for divorce and children are involved, there is a wide range of factors that must be considered so both parties and ...

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  • Do's and Don'ts of Testifying in Family Court

    At Virga Law Firm, P.A. , we understand how nerve-wrecking and overwhelming testifying in a family case can be. The subject matter is often emotional, ...

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