Child Custody Decision Guidelines in Florida
Parents contemplating divorce often have a much more difficult time deciding whether to end the marriage. Divorce greatly affects children, and is known to leave a negative stamp on a child's development. Certainly, couples in unhealthy relationships should part because staying together is also damaging to a child, but divorces involving children are naturally... Read More »
Relocating with a Child May Require More than Hiring Movers
The world is now a smaller place due to advances in technology that allow us to travel faster and stay in constant communication. One significant byproduct of this change is people are much more mobile today compared with previous generations. Moving for a job or a change in lifestyle is now considered normal, and...
What to Do When You Suspect the Other Parent Plans to Kidnap Your Child
Ask any child of divorced parents what would make them happy, and most will respond with having their parents together again. While it is fairly well known that children tend to do better in intact homes, this situation is not always tenable or in the child's best interest if the parents are unable to...
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Alimony and How Courts Decide to Award Spousal Support
For a select few, divorce will be a seamless process that merely involves filing paperwork and waiting for a judge to issue a divorce decree. These seemingly easy dissolutions often involve couples that either had detailed prenuptial agreements or a very short marriage. For the rest, however, divorce will likely include some amount...
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