Category Archives: Child Custody
How To Make Co-Parenting Work During The Holidays
The holidays are officially upon us. For many families, the season is a time to give thanks, enjoy great food, and spend time with family members and friends. If you have recently gotten a divorce, however, these holidays may not be as cheerful as they once were. Navigating the terms of the divorce, such… Read More »
Mistakes That Could Negatively Impact Your Child Custody Case
The circumstances that lead to divorce and child custody issues are unique in every case. In the majority of cases, the Florida courts presume that it is in the best interests of the child to spend time as equally as possible with both parents. Still, parents should not use this presumption to assume that… Read More »
Five Things To Avoid When Fighting For Child Custody
If you are currently going through a divorce and fighting for child custody, the actions you take now and once the case is over are extremely important. A judge will watch your behavior to determine if you are a fit parent and can raise a child, and your spouse may even look for things… Read More »
Finding Ways To Co-Parent With Your Ex
After a divorce or a breakup with your partner, it will often be necessary to co-parent if you share minor children from your relationship. While Florida courts will, in some cases, determine that only one parent should have child custody, the Florida Statutes make clear that it is public policy in the state of… Read More »
New Study Addresses Gender-Equality Benefits Of Shared Child Custody
Shared parenting can have many benefits for children after a divorce. Indeed, lawmakers also recognize the benefits of shared parenting, both for children and parents alike. The Florida Statutes make clear that it is the state’s public policy that “each minor child has frequent and continuing contact with both parents after the parents separate… Read More »
What Should I Look for In An Orlando Child Custody Attorney?
Going through a divorce is complicated and anxiety-inducing even under the best and most straightforward circumstances. When you have minor children from your marriage, and particularly when you are having difficulty reaching any kind of agreement with your ex, it is critical to have an experienced Orlando child custody & timesharing attorney on your… Read More »
Can I Seek Sole Custody?
Whether you are getting ready for a divorce and have minor children from your marriage, or you are ending a long-term relationship from which you have minor children, you should be thinking about critical child custody issues. Many parents in the Orlando area who are anticipating a child custody case want to know more… Read More »
Co-Parenting During the Pandemic: Tips to Make It Through
Co-parenting in Central Florida can be complicated even under the best circumstances. To be sure, even when parents in Orlando get along relatively well, the stress of a divorce or a break-up and the need to remain in contact and communication for the sake of the children can be difficult. When parents have a… Read More »
What Can I Do If My Ex Will Not Stick to the Parenting Plan?
If you recently went through a divorce or a break-up and you have minor children from your relationship, you are likely now in the process of co-parenting. Under Florida law, parents must have a parenting plan—whether they are able to work together to create the parenting plan themselves based on the best interests of… Read More »
Planning for Co-Parenting During the Holidays
Whether you are in the middle of a divorce case or you are considering your options when it comes to asking the court for a modification of the existing time-sharing arrangement, it is important to understand how Florida child custody cases consider co-parenting during the holidays and the steps you can take to make… Read More »