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Category Archives: Custody

Common Questions Regarding Florida Child Custody Jurisdiction

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In our practice we get a fair number of questions regarding child custody. Often the answers to these questions differ from person to person based on the specific circumstances of each case. Yet there are some general questions regarding jurisdiction, the answers to which are similar enough that we thought it would be helpful… Read More »

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Florida Child Support for Children with Special Needs

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There’s no denying that children are expensive. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, parents of a child born in 2013 can expect to spend on average $245,340 to raise a child until age 18. Yet for families of children with special needs, those costs can be much, much more, and may extend over… Read More »

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Florida Child Custody and Rape

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Florida law allows a man who fathered a child through rape to obtain custody or visitation with that child. But a bill introduced to the United States House of Representative by Florida Representative Wendy Wasserman Schultz seeks to permanently change that. Effect of Sexual Violence in Boca Raton Child Custody Cases The Rape Survivor… Read More »

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Modern Family Star in Legal Dispute over Frozen Embryos

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Modern Family star Sofia Vergara and her ex-fiancée are in the midst of a legal dispute over the fate of frozen embryos the couple banked during their relationship. Vergara’s ex-fiancée wants to have the embryo’s implanted using a surrogate. Vergara, who is currently engaged, opposes use of the embryos and wants them to remain… Read More »

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Benefits of Maintaining a Friendly Relationship after Divorce

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Marriages usually end in divorce because couples agree that they no longer want to be a part of each other’s lives. So it is understandable that once the divorce is finalized, most couples are eager to cut the other out completely – or at least maintain as little contact as possible. But it may… Read More »

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Guardian Ad Litems in Florida Child Custody Cases

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Every parent wants what’s best for their child. But when going through a child custody case, some parents act selfishly, letting anger, hurt and betrayal guide their decisions regarding parenting plans and time sharing agreements, rather than what is truly in their child’s best interest. While child custody attorneys argue for a parenting plan… Read More »

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Child-Related Expenses: There’s an App for That

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Having children means never truly cutting ties with your ex. Whether it’s sharing concerns about your child, dropping the kids for visitation, or updating your ex on the upcoming week’s schedule, there is always going to be some interaction with your child’s other parent, at least until he turns 18. But one area that… Read More »

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Parenting Education Requirement for Boca Raton Child Custody Cases

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You expect certain things when you are going through a divorce. You’ll have to provide financial information to determine alimony and child support payments, as well as the equitable division of assets. You may have to part with some of your property, whether it is giving it to your spouse or selling it as… Read More »

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Child Custody and its Impact on Your Tax Return

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With the start of the New Year, many people are beginning to prepare for tax time. But what many don’t realize is that your child custody agreement can have tax implications beyond simply which parent can claim the children as dependents. Child Tax Credits: Which Parent Can Claim Them? As we discussed in a… Read More »

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Getting Divorced? Think Twice Before Posting on Social Media

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If you are like the majority of the clients that walk through our door, you no doubt have a Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account – maybe even all three. There is no denying the convenience of social media for staying in touch with family and friends, re-connecting with childhood classmates, and getting support from… Read More »

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