Child Custody

When are recordings admissible as child custody case evidence?

The ubiquitous influence of electronic communication tools seems to make it easy to hold anyone accountable for their misbehaviors, like a scorned ex caught on camera making threatening remarks due to the tensions of divorce. There are countless ways a wrongly...

What matters should a parenting plan address?

Some divorce cases are more complex. They could have unique factors affecting how the process goes along. However, some parts of the divorce are standard, especially for cases involving children. Divorcing couples must discuss and agree on matters concerning their...

Who decides where children go to school after divorce?

Deciding which school your children go to is usually a straightforward matter. You and your spouse might select one within your area, although you might also consider other factors, like your finances and what programs the school specializes in. Things usually become...

Typical time-sharing schedules in Florida parenting plans

Your Florida divorce has multiple moving variables, and unfortunately, your child’s overwhelmed in the chaotic middle. Devising an organized parenting plan with a time-sharing schedule while regularly coordinating with your ex-partner could establish a semblance of...

Can a child refuse visitation?

Divorce can be a very confusing and stressful time for children. Many children have trouble adjusting to visitation schedules and may lash out by refusing to see one parent. This presents several issues for the custodial parent, whose responsibility it is to honor the...

Is time-sharing possible with incarcerated parents?

In divorce cases, Florida courts give importance to maintaining each parent’s relationship with the child. If the option is available, courts would have both parents share parental responsibility and practice time-sharing, as long as it is in the child’s best...

Social media can impact your child custody case

When you and your ex cannot agree on child support and child custody, the court might have to intervene. The court investigates several factors before deciding who will get custody of the child, who will pay for child support and what the child support order amount...

Can remarrying impact child support?

After recovering from a divorce, you may want to give love another chance. Your next marriage does not directly impact the obligation of either parent to continue to provide the same child support payments. Although, in Florida, the court considers some factors that...

Can my ex stop me from taking my child on vacation?

Raising a child is a rewarding experience, and many Florida parents want to create special memories with their child. Going on vacation together is a great way to do this. However, taking your child on vacation can become complicated if you are sharing custody with a...

Co-parenting during the holidays

The holiday season is here, and that can bring new challenges for you and your co-parent as you decide how to approach custody. If you do not have a custody order in place through a Florida court, now might be a good time to start the process. How courts decide on...

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