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Overview of Florida Law on Grandparent Visitation Rights

By Laurie R. Chane |

A divorce is technically the dissolution of a marriage between two spouses, but the reality is that the case impacts entire families. Many grandparents are justified in having concerns about their ability to see their grandchildren, particularly where they did not get along well with their own child’s spouse or that person wants to… Read More »

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Common Florida Parenting Plan Violations and What You Can Do About Them

By Laurie R. Chane |

When going through divorce, one of the most important issues you will address is child custody and visitation under Florida’s statute on time-sharing and parenting plans. The laws favor both parents participating in  important decision-making, which means each of you will have rights and responsibilities. Even where one parent has the child the majority… Read More »

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Steps to be Appointed as Guardian for an Elderly Adult in Florida

By Laurie R. Chane |

If you have concerns that an aging loved one is showing signs of mental or physical deterioration, you are not alone. Statistics on dementia indicate that there were 5.7 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s, vascular, and related conditions in 2018, and the figures are predicted to increase along with life expectancy: By 2050, 13.8… Read More »

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