Many people believe that once they file fordivorce, the Court will set a hearing date to determinecustody and visitationof the minor children. Not true. In order to getchild custodyorders, one of the... more
Many people believe that once they file for divorce, the Court will set a hearing date to determine custody and visitation of the minor children. Not true. In order to get child custody orders, one... more
Effective October 1, 2008, concepts of primary residence, secondary residence, and visitation were abolished in Florida law. Currently, parents who are either divorced/divorcing or never married must... more
When it comes to timesharing, formerly referred to as visitation, family members (furry or not) are out of luck. Just as Florida family courts refuse to recognize custody arrangements for the family... more
The first question a court will ask during a custody dispute is, “Has a custodial environment been established?” Depending on whether one has been established or not, the court will apply one of two... more
Child custody is the most emotionally charged aspect of getting a divorce.
Under New York Law, the best interest of the children is the legal standard used to determine which spouse should have... more