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Visitation & the Unreliable Co-Parent
Visitation & the Unreliable Co-Parent

A significant step in the divorce process is establishing a thorough parenting plan, or “custody and visitation agreement.” One approved, this document becomes a court order that clearly states each parent’s individual obligations and parental responsibilities. It also ...

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Blog posts in Child Custody

  • Is My Prenuptial Agreement Valid?

    Despite popular misconceptions, it isn’t just the wealthy who negotiate “prenups” before officially declaring, “I do.” A prenuptial agreement is a ...

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  • Developing a Fair Holiday Visitation Schedule

    It can be difficult for families to celebrate and enjoy the holiday season after a divorce. While former spouses tend to struggle emotionally in the ...

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  • Balancing Halloween & Custody Schedules for the Recently Divorced

    Holidays are always challenging for recently divorced parents and their children, and Halloween is no exception. While other children are preparing ...

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  • 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 ...

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  • 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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