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Florida’s Putative Father Registry

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Once a child is put up for adoption, the parental rights of the biological parents are terminated. This means that legally, only the adoptive parents are recognized as the child’s parents. Sometimes, when a mother wants to place the child for adoption, and she has not informed the father, the father’s parental rights may… Read More »

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How Do Criminal Charges Affect Your Timesharing Case?

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In all 50 states, a judge determines custody based on what is in the best interests of the child. So when one or both parents involved in a timesharing dispute is a convicted felon, the judge must ask him or herself: would granting that parent or parents custody really be in the best interest… Read More »

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Paternity and Florida’s Putative Father Registry

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Unmarried biological fathers of children in Florida may wish to preserve their rights to give notice and consent in the event of an adoption, to file a claim of paternity, and to be able to have a voice in making major decisions for their children. However, retaining these rights is not always simple, especially… Read More »

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What Is Required for the Termination of Parental Rights in Florida?

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The termination of parental rights can be an emotionally charged process. It may be undertaken for several reasons, ranging from permitting others to adopt the children, to protecting children from egregious or abusive conditions. There are numerous grounds for the termination of the parental rights in Florida, each with embedded requirements within them. Here… Read More »

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Establishing Paternity in Florida

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The majority of children are born to two parents who ready and willing to care for their child, whether the couple is in a committed relationship or not. But in some cases the biological father refuses to acknowledge the child, while in others, the mother is the one who refuses to make the acknowledgement…. Read More »

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