Tag Archives: Florida Parenting Plans
How to Improve Co-Parenting After a Florida Divorce
Learning how to co-parent with your ex-spouse can be one of the more challenging aspects of moving on after a Florida divorce. If one spouse is dealing with depression or struggling to move on, those feelings can manifest into bitterness and anger that make co-parenting even more challenging. The whole process of co-parenting is… Read More »
Including A “Morality Clause” In A Parenting Plan
After a divorce, one parent may not have a say in the people the other parents introduces to the children, or what activities the parent engages in around the children. This may become a major concern especially if the children are young. For this reason, the parents may want to include language in the… Read More »
How To Handle Children’s Clothing Issues While Co-parenting After Divorce
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 »
Disagreements On How To Raise Children After A Divorce
Parents raising a child together often come to an agreement about major decisions concerning the child through much discussion. When parents go through a divorce, this co-parenting becomes harder, and in some cases is near impossible. After the divorce, parents may find themselves changing how they parent, and the changes they make often conflict… Read More »
How to Cope With Custody Disputes When You Are a Father
Fortunately, gender-bias is not as prevalent as it once was in family courts; however, that is not to say that it does not still exist. It is now a known fact that a father plays as pivotal of a role in a child’s development as does the mother, and that allowing equal time with… Read More »
How Do Criminal Charges Affect Your Timesharing Case?
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 »
When is a Psychological Evaluation Necessary in a Child Custody Case?
Child custody cases can become very heated, often resulting in name calling and unfounded accusations. This does neither the parents nor the child any good as it only extends the custody determination process. This is especially true when one or both parents accuse the other of being “unfit.” When a judge hears that a… Read More »
Time-Sharing Over the Holidays: Who Gets the Children on What Holidays?
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 »
What to Do When Your Child Does Not Want to See His or Her Other Parent
As a parent, it is never easy to share custody of a child, and it never gets any easier to send the child back to their other parent’s home when it is his or her time for visitation. However, when a child turns to their mother or father at the time of pickup or… Read More »
“Can I Legally Prevent My Ex’s New Partner from Having Contact with My Kids?”
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 »