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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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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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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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Time Sharing With A Nonbiological Child In Florida

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Sometimes as people come together to form a family, they may not always think that it is necessary to formalize all aspects of their familial relationship. In some situations, two people may get married and decide to raise a child together, with one being the biological or adoptive parent of the child, and without… Read More »

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Modifying A Parenting Plan In Florida

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Even the best parenting plans and time sharing schedules may need to be modified as a child grows up and has different needs. Modification may also be necessary when the parents’ lives change and require them to make adjustments to accommodate other responsibilities. Some parents prefer to make adjustments informally, for example by exchanging… Read More »

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Elements of a Florida Parenting Plan

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Divorce is never easy, but it becomes even less so when there are children involved. If you and your children’s other parent are in the midst of a divorce, one document that you want to focus a significant amount of time and energy on is the parenting plan. A legally binding document, a parenting… Read More »

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Time-Sharing Over the Holidays: Who Gets the Children on What Holidays?

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Sharing custody is difficult, but many parents are able to come up with a schedule that works for them both. However, no matter how amicable a divorced couple is regarding the custody schedule, it always becomes a bit contentious over the holidays. Both parents want the child for Thanksgiving lunch; both want to see… Read More »

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Understanding “Change of Circumstances” Under Florida Law

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Under Florida law, proof of a substantial change in circumstances is required if one hopes to modify an original custody agreement, child support orders, or even spousal support orders. The court does not make it easy to modify existing orders, as they typically weigh many factors before finalizing any original orders or agreements. Because… Read More »

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“Can I Legally Prevent My Ex’s New Partner from Having Contact with My Kids?”

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Post divorce, it is inevitable that one or both parties will eventually move on. While each individual expects this, they never really consider how their ex moving on will affect their child until it actually happens. However, once one parent establishes a new relationship with another man or woman, the influence of the new… Read More »

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