April 2013 Archives

Is Florida alimony reform bill in the best interest of children?

Florida residents may be aware of a bill that would make significant changes to the state's current alimony law and custody-sharing agreements and is headed to the governor for signature. Given some new language regarding custody-sharing, this bill could impact child support payments.

Grandparents get child custody after parental rights terminated

Our Orlando readers may have heard about the case of a 2-year-old and 4-year-old were reunited with their grandparents' after the parents of the children kidnapped the children and tried to flee to Cuba. The parents' parental rights were terminated recently. Apparently, a day after the grandparents' were given custody of the children, the couple broke into the home, tied up the grandmother and took the children.

Florida bill would deny child custody rights to rapists

Recently the Florida State Senate Criminal Justice committee unanimously approved a bill which precludes a convicted rapist from having any child custody rights with respect to a child conceived as the result of rape or any act of sexual battery. All parental rights, such as visitation and custody rights, would be cut off.

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