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Tag Archives: Shared Parenting

When is a Psychological Evaluation Necessary in a Child Custody Case?

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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 »

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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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My Spouse Left With the Children – What Do I Do?

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When two parents decide to get a divorce, one will typically move out of the family home to make the living situation less tense. Usually, the children will stay with the parent that chose to stay in the family home, but occasionally, one parent will take the kids with them to stay at a… 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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What To Do (and Not To Do) When Your Former Spouse Refuses to Follow Custody Orders

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The most difficult part of divorce, for most individuals, is the fact that they now have to split up their time with their children. Child custody agreements are difficult for parents to come to, as each parent feels that he or she deserves more time with the children than the other. However, while most… Read More »

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Who Gets to Keep the Pet in a Florida Divorce?

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It is a cliché in movies and country songs alike that when a couple goes through a divorce, each party’s main concern is, who gets the dog? For many couples, pets are like family members. They are trusty, loyal, and are there to protect you in moments of imminent danger. That is why, for… Read More »

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