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Category Archives: Child Custody

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Can I Seek Sole Custody?

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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 »

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Co-Parenting During the Pandemic: Tips to Make It Through

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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 »

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What Can I Do If My Ex Will Not Stick to the Parenting Plan?

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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 »

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Planning for Co-Parenting During the Holidays

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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 »

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Child Custody FAQs in Florida

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Child custody in Florida can be extremely complicated, but you can prepare yourself by understanding how Florida law works and how it is likely to apply to your case. In any divorce or separation in which there are minor children from the relationship, it is important to work with an experienced Orlando child custody… Read More »

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Orlando Judge Denies Orange County COVID-19-Related Temporary Custody Request

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If you have concerns about child custody and the possibility of modifying your time-sharing schedule during the coronavirus pandemic, you may have been following the story of Tabatha Sams and Stephen Thilmony, two Florida parents who share custody of their 21-month-old child. Thilmony works as a firefighter and emergency medical technician (EMT). Given Thilmony’s… Read More »

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Summer Vacation and Florida Time-Sharing Schedules

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As summer approaches and parents plan for their kids being home during a long break, it is important to think about your time-sharing schedule. For many parents, the coronavirus pandemic will mean that certain summer activities in which your child normally participates will not be happening as scheduled. For example, certain types of summer… Read More »

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Can I Move to a New City with My Child After a Divorce?

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If you currently live in Orlando, Florida and are in the process of getting divorced with minor children, you likely have many different questions about your rights as a parent after the divorce. Given that many newly divorce people often look for a job change and to move to a new place in order… Read More »

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What Do I Need to Include in a Parenting Plan?

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When parents in Orlando are separating or getting divorced, one of the most anxiety-inducing issues is child custody. Parents often worry that they will not be able to spend as much time with their children, and that they will not be able to play as significant a role in their child’s life. Generally speaking,… Read More »

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What Does the Coronavirus Mean for Shared Parenting?

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Many divorced parents in the Orlando area share child custody and regularly spend time with their minor children. In most situations involving time-sharing, the child will spend a certain amount of time each week with both parents. This type of arrangement requires that the child be transported from one parent’s residence (or a school… Read More »

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