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Tag Archives: Time-Sharing Arrangements

“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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Back to School: When Custody Affects School Activities

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With holiday breaks over and children headed back to school, many parents are excited to have some extra time to themselves. However, for families with divorced or separated parents, restarting school in the New Year can be somewhat stressful. An oft-forgotten difficulty when it comes to respecting child custody and time-sharing agreements is how… Read More »

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Changes to Florida Divorce Laws

By Schwartz | White |

Florida law guides divorce between separating spouses in the state. However, recent concerns regarding alimony, child support, etc. have spurred Florida legislators to take another look at Florida divorce laws. Several proposals for changes to Florida divorce laws now sit patiently awaiting review in the Florida state legislature. What can you expect as a… Read More »

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Hoping to Move? How to Handle Moving with Children after a Divorce

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When parents divorce, there are numerous issues related to shared children that must be addressed. Aside from child custody issues and child support payments, the potential relocation of the custodial parent is a frequently-arising question for which divorced parents often do not remember to account. Relocation can happen for a variety of reasons, including… Read More »

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Newly Introduced Family Law Reform Requires 50/50 Custody Splits, Other Changes

By Schwartz | White |

A new potential Florida law, called SB 250 or “Family Law Reform”, is poised to change the way parenting plans for divorced or separated families operate and are approved by Florida courts. If passed, the law would impose a legal presumption of 50/50 child-time splitting, meaning courts would begin the process of making and… Read More »

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What Do Courts Consider in Determining Child Custody?

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Child custody can be the touchiest issue in an impending divorce or separation. It is often difficult for two separating spouses to come to a cooperative agreement regarding custody issues, and thus the question of with whom will children life can fall to a judge. What do courts consider when they attempt to navigate… Read More »

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Relocation Following Boca Raton Divorce

By Schwartz | White |

For many newly divorced Boca Raton residents, the end of marriage signifies the start of a new life. And for some, that means starting over outside of Boca Raton, or perhaps even out of Florida. Whether the decision to move out of state is the desire for a clean slate, a job opportunity for… Read More »

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Parenting Education Requirement for Boca Raton Child Custody Cases

By Schwartz | White |

You expect certain things when you are going through a divorce. You’ll have to provide financial information to determine alimony and child support payments, as well as the equitable division of assets. You may have to part with some of your property, whether it is giving it to your spouse or selling it as… Read More »

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