Tag Archives: Florida Parental Responsibility
How May a Doctor’s Opinion on a Child’s Mental Health Affect Time Sharing and Parental Responsibility in a Florida Divorce?
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 »
What Happens To The Children After The Parent With Primary Parental Responsibility Dies?
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 »