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Tag Archives: Boca Raton Parental Rights Lawyers

Requirements for the Termination of Parental Rights

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The termination of parental rights is a very serious matter, and can be done in only very limited circumstances. Because Florida courts generally believe that parenting from both parents is in the best interests of the child, to the greatest extent practical, the bar for the termination of parental rights is very high and… Read More »

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Hoping to Move? How to Handle Moving with Children after a Divorce

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When parents divorce, there are numerous issues related to shared children that must be addressed. Aside from child custody issues and child support payments, the potential relocation of the custodial parent is a frequently-arising question for which divorced parents often do not remember to account. Relocation can happen for a variety of reasons, including… Read More »

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When the Child isn’t His: Disestablishing Paternity in Boca Raton

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Paternity is the legal process that establishes a child’s biological father, thus giving him parental rights to the child. Establishing paternity provides valuable protections to both parents and child. For parents, they are able to petition the court for child support and child custody. For the child, they receive not only financial and medical… 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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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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