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Category Archives: Timesharing

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How to Improve Co-Parenting After a Florida Divorce

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Learning how to co-parent with your ex-spouse can be one of the more challenging aspects of moving on after a Florida divorce. If one spouse is dealing with depression or struggling to move on, those feelings can manifest into bitterness and anger that make co-parenting even more challenging. The whole process of co-parenting is… Read More »

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Tips for Creating an Effective Parenting Plan

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Couples going through a divorce need to set up a comprehensive parenting plan right from the start. It’s best to try and come to an agreement on this before things get more complicated and potentially ugly as you argue over assets and other financial details. Your children should be the number one priority, and… Read More »

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How May a Doctor’s Opinion on a Child’s Mental Health Affect Time Sharing and Parental Responsibility in a Florida Divorce?

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Children whose parents are going through a divorce sometimes need to seek professional help to cope with the emotional and mental toll of losing their family unit as they have known it. This may be in the form of seeing a psychologist, psychiatrist, or other mental health provider. These professionals may make conclusions about… Read More »

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New Florida Shared Parenting Plan Law for Non-Married Parents in Effect for 2018

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At the start of each new year, there is typically a lengthy list of new laws that go into effect all around the country, and 2018 was no different. One of the new laws that went into effect at the first of the year deals with shared parenting plans for unmarried parents in Florida…. Read More »

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Helping Children Adjust To Having Second Homes

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Children whose parents go through a divorce face challenges when it comes to adjusting to their new life. Having to live between the two parents’ houses can often be a very difficult transition, and parents can take some steps to help the children prepare for this change. One way to do this can be… Read More »

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Parental Abandonment And Parental Rights

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After a marriage or other romantic relationship fails between two people who have children together, it can sometimes mean that one of the parents leave the children as well as the spouse or partner. The parent who stays often carries on raising the child alone, and providing for the child as needed. This parent… Read More »

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What Happens To The Children After The Parent With Primary Parental Responsibility Dies?

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Some parents seek primary responsibility over their children and urge the court to give the other parent only supervised visits because they want to protect their children. If a parent has a substance abuse problem, is abusive, or is otherwise unfit to parent the children, it can make the responsible parent anxious or afraid… Read More »

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Can A Parent’s Addiction Affect Time Sharing In Florida?

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Florida law prefers to encourage the relationships between parents and their children, especially after a divorce when the parents no longer live together or co-parent amicably. However, in cases where the parent may be a danger to the child, the law has to take actions to limit or sever the relationship and protect the… Read More »

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How To Handle Children’s Clothing Issues While Co-parenting After Divorce

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One often overlooked aspect of divorce and sharing time with children is that the children have to basically live in two different places, even when they are spending time with a parent for a short time. This means that the children may need to have toys, clothes and other personal belongings at both locations… Read More »

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Disagreements On How To Raise Children After A Divorce

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Parents raising a child together often come to an agreement about major decisions concerning the child through much discussion. When parents go through a divorce, this co-parenting becomes harder, and in some cases is near impossible. After the divorce, parents may find themselves changing how they parent, and the changes they make often conflict… Read More »

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