Tips for Building Your Custody Case
While most courts favor equal shared parenting following a divorce, there are things a parent can do to improve his odds of being taken seriously as an equal parent.
Tips for Long-Distance Timesharing/Custody Schedules
As if shared child custody wasn’t difficult enough, some parents who live a considerable distance apart need to deal with long-distance timesharing issues. Here are some suggestions for making this problem easier for everyone.
What Are the Rights of Unmarried Fathers in Florida?
In the State of Florida, unmarried fathers have rights and obligations once paternity has been established. A family law attorney can help establish paternity in the event of a dispute.
Does a Child’s Preferences Impact the Custody Schedule?
Do children have a say in a custody schedule when their parents’ divorce? Parents should be aware of which factors will influence a judge’s custody schedule decision.
Joint Custody and Child Support
Joint custody is becoming more and more prevalent. However, even if parents share the physical custody of a child, it does not negate the need for child support payment. Here is why.
What Is My Child Support Obligation If I Lose My Job?
In the State of Florida, child support payment obligations do not stop following the loss of a job by the payer. Here are the steps necessary to stay within Florida’s support payment laws even while unemployed.
Florida’s Mandated Parenting Course
When it comes to divorce, Florida law first considers the best interest of the children. Florida’s Mandated Parenting Course is intended to educate parents on how divorce will emotionally and psychologically affect their children.
Costly Mistakes in Timesharing Child Custody Cases in Florida
Time with the children is precious following a divorce. However, some parents behave in ways that may result in a court order allowing even less time. Here are suggestions on how not to let behavior affect time-sharing custody.
How Does the Court Determine if a Parent is Unfit?
Divorce may not be the worse situation for a couple undergoing divorce. When, for whatever reason, one or both parents find themselves accused of being unfit as parents, the courts or child protective service may need to step in.