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Answers to FAQs About Florida Parenting Plans After Divorce

By Laurie R. Chane |

Regardless of the fact that parents are ending their marriage through divorce, both parents usually  want to maintain a strong relationship and stay emotionally involved with their children. Now that the family will be living in separate households, it is necessary to outline how parents can achieve these goals and effectively raise their children. … Read More »

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How Does Relocation Affect Child Custody in Florida?

By Laurie R. Chane |

Life is all about change, and the saying is very true when it comes to the months and years that follow the finalization of your divorce. A new job, remarriage, or other circumstances may mean you or your former spouse need to relocate, which can create some legal complications when it comes to your… Read More »

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Overview of the Child’s Best Interests Standard in Florida Divorce Cases

By Laurie R. Chane |

Your rights and responsibilities as parents remain the same when you go through the divorce process in Florida, even though you will no longer be living under the same roof. Under Florida’s statute on parenting and time-sharing in divorce proceedings, i.e., custody and visitation, it’s still necessary for parents to address the needs of… Read More »

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How to Create a Holiday Schedule: A Guide for Parents Sharing Child Custody

By Laurie R. Chane |

With the holidays right around the corner, many parents will need to adjust scheduling related to timesharing issues. Even when things run smoothly the rest of the year, there are special challenges when it comes to divvying up time between two households. You may have come to an agreement regarding holiday co-parenting in the… Read More »

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