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Parental responsibility: Parenting evaluation


Previously, this blog detailed the role of a parenting coordinator in a divorce settlement. However, this isn't the only professional who may be appointed by the court to weigh in on the parenting plan you develop with your former spouse. While a parenting coordinator may be enlisted to assist with the process of drafting and following a parenting plan, the court may have to seek further counsel if the two parties are simply unable to... Continue Reading...

Parental responsibility: The role of a parenting coordinator


In a divorce settlement, developing a parenting plan can be a painstaking process, as both spouses must agree on guidelines that dictate essentially every element of day-to-day child rearing, from band practice pick up to national holidays. If two parties are unable to agree on an satisfactory plan, even with the guidance of their Miami divorce lawyers, a court may appoint a parenting coordinator to assist with this important undertaking. As of July 2012, the Sun-Sentinel... Continue Reading...

Parent responsibility: Factors that may limit custody rights


Determining the best way to care for your children following a divorce can be one of the most challenging aspects of the proceedings, particularly if you and your former spouse disagree on the issue. In Florida, the court generally favors that children have “constant and continued contact” with both parents after the dissolution of their marriage. Though the home of one parent may be deemed a child's primary residence, in most instances, each spouse retains legal... Continue Reading...
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