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Child Custody

Modifying child custody orders in Florida

Family law judges in Florida make child custody decisions based on what they believe are the best interests of the child, and they are reluctant to revise them unless they are presented with compelling evidence of an unanticipated, material and significant change in...

Should you and your ex vacation together?

The summer is the season for family vacations, and your children have free time during this three-month break from school. When you and your ex were married, you always took at least a week for a family trip.  Things have changed, though, and you got divorced. Should...

How to prepare for a custody hearing

The outcome of your Florida child custody case could affect the time that you spend with your child for at least the next few years. Depending on your situation, you might feel like it's a lost cause. However, being prepared and making a good first impression could...

What grandparents should know about adoption

Many people in Florida have become grandparents through the adoption process. Instead of having biological children, their children decided to adopt a child that might have otherwise been lost in the foster care system. This can be a rewarding experience for both the...

How to make shared parenting work

As many Florida parents have discovered, making shared parenting work can be a delicate endeavor. There are many things to consider, and for it to be successful, parents need to keep the focus on the children and what is most beneficial to them. When it comes to child...

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