Co-parenting at any time of the year can be extremely challenging, as a number of things can get in your way.
Children all over the country look forward to taking a summer vacation. From the time in the car to fun in the sun, they know they'll enjoy every last minute of their trip.
While you may have every reason to believe your family law matters will end up in court, here's something to remember: The state of Florida expects you to do whatever you can to resolve all disputes out of court, such as through mediation.
As you move through your divorce, it will only be a matter of time before you discuss matters of child custody (if you have a child with the other person).
Hiring a babysitter can be tricky when you're divorced. What if your ex doesn't approve of the person you selected? What rights do you both have? Does your ex have a right to stop you from hiring someone? Should you figure all of this out in your parenting plan as you get divorced?
After your divorce is finalized, you may find yourself faced with a shared custody situation in regards to your children.
If you are going through the divorce process and have at least one child with the other person, you'll want to learn more about creating a formal visitation schedule.
At some point, such as if you are going through a divorce, you may come to find that you have questions and concerns regarding child custody.
Even if you are divorced, the holiday season can be one of the most enjoyable times of the year. As far in advance as possible, you'll want to speak with your ex-spouse about parenting time schedules during the holidays.
The school year brings about a lot of stress, worry and other emotions for children of all ages. If you have recently been through a divorce, there are plenty of things you can do to make sure that your children enjoy the school year. We will discuss those items in today's post so you can properly handle child custody during the school year in Miami.