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How is child custody determined?

Child custody may be one of the most difficult topics to negotiate during a Florida divorce. In some cases, you may be able to customize your own custody arrangement through mediation. Other situations, however, may rely on the court to determine what custody schedule...

Is parallel parenting right for you?

As a parent, divorce holds more complexities and difficulties for you than it will for most parentless couples. On top of dealing with your own personal matters, you must also figure out what situation will suit your child best while meeting their needs. To this end,...

Father involvement versus father absence

Traditionally, research on family dynamics has focused on fathers' absence and the effects, usually negative, that this has on children. Recently, researchers have focused more on involved fatherhood and the effects that it has on children. The data consistently...

What does custodial responsibility mean?

As a parent, your relationship with your children does not end with your divorce, nor does your responsibility to them. Your powers and your duties as a parent continue after the end of your marriage. In legal terms, these comprise your custodial responsibility....

Is shared custody the right option?

Florida parents like you have a lot to look into during divorce. You need to prioritize your child's well-being over anything else. This means handling matters of child support payments and visitation schedules. Of course, at the top of the list is determining...

How do you prepare your child for divorce?

Florida parents like you have a lot to work on when you get a divorce. You have to deal with alimony and asset division like any other couple. But you have more to deal with than childless couples.  It is hard enough to handle matters of child support or custody. But...

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