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Tag Archives: Florida Parental Rights

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

By Schwartz | White |

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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Dealing with False Accusations of Child Abuse in Your Florida Divorce

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Accusing someone of child abuse when you know the accusations to be false is one of the worst things a person can do, yet false accusations of child abuse arise in Florida divorce cases quite frequently. Sadly enough for the accused individual, it is difficult to disprove false accusations, and the accused parent oftentimes… Read More »

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How Is Custody Determined When an Unmarried Couple Splits?

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More and more couples these days are opting to have children out of wedlock. Some couples simply choose to go the non-traditional route, while others are not legally able to get married in the state of Florida, such as same-sex couples. While there is no harm in opting out of marriage, should you and… Read More »

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Consent to Adoption and What That Means for the Birth Parents

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There are many reasons that a parent might choose to give up their child for adoption in Florida, ranging from the inability to provide a good life for the child, to simply not being ready to become a parent. However, whatever the reason, no parent makes the decision to put his or her child… Read More »

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Gender Bias in Custody?

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Divorce can be a stressful process, and is even more stressful when there are children involved. Both parents may feel a strong right to primary custody. But there is a longstanding understanding that women are more likely than men to receive primary custody or a more favorable custody order. Is that true? Trends are… Read More »

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