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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...

Parental responsibility: Types of custody


When filing for divorce, you may be unsure of the best method of dividing parental responsibilities between you and your spouse. Determining the appropriate custody agreement and parenting plan for your child requires an incredible amount of foresight, as the decisions you make now will likely dictate the day-to-day life of your child, as well as their long-term care. One of the first choices to make regarding your children is the appropriate type of custody agreement.... Continue Reading...

Parental responsibility: Establishing a parenting plan


In a divorce settlement, Florida law dictates that the court will rule on matters such as custodial rights and child support in order to ensure the long-term security and well-being of any children from the union. Previously, this blog covered how the factors that the court reviews to determine a child's best interests. Now, we'll discuss the parenting plan - a document that establishes the specific details of parental responsibility after a marriage is dissolved. According... Continue Reading...
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