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Written by attorney Joan M Bundy, about 2 years ago.
With all the emphasis in the news these days on divorcewho hasnt heard about Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes impending divorce?--people who choose not to marry or are not yet married or not... more
Written by attorney Eric Nelson, over 3 years ago.
parties with children born during the marriage, both parties have joint
legal and physical custody until the Court orders otherwise. Thus,
either parent has the right to... more
Written by attorney Donald Lins, 11 months ago.
Because family law courts in Florida are courts of equity, they can award visitation based on what the court determines is fair and is in the best interests of the minor children. Florida... more
Written by attorney Jeff Biddle, about 2 years ago.
Building a Case for More Parenting Time
While a child custody modification proceeding may seem daunting, there are steps you can take now to build a case for more parenting time with your... more
Written by attorney Regina Hunter, almost 2 years ago.
The Difference BetweenTime-Sharing Custody
By: Regina Hunter
September 18, 2012
As of October 1, 2008 Florida changed parental custody and implemented parental Time-... more
Written by attorney Merlinus Monroe, over 2 years ago.
The information in this guide comes in part fromGeorgia Divorce, Alimony Child Custodyby Dan McConaughey (2011-2012 ed., copyright by Thomson-Reuters), supplemented by the Official Code of... more
Written by attorney Brian Grady, about 4 years ago.
Joint Custody Joint Custody of a child/children requires both parents to cooperate in deciding the major issues affecting their children, including, but not limited to major medical needs,... more
Written by attorney Elmer Sanchez, about 2 years ago.
Florida Department of Children Families
Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course ProvidersNOTE: To register for the course, please call the number listed in the column titled, "... more
Written by attorney Lisa Harris, over 3 years ago.
Orders entered between January 1, 1985 and December 31, 2008: If your divorce action was entered between January 1, 1985 and December 31, 2008, and it specifies who is allowed to claim the... more
Written by attorney Curtis Romanowski, 10 months ago.
Learn more about how New Jersey Family Courts treat the gender issue in parenting controversies.
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