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Dealing with visitation disputes during the holidays

The holidays are the time of year where being with loved ones is most desirable. Parents in Florida understand the importance of holiday traditions, especially when they have young children. Although it is ideal to carryout these traditions, it is not always easy to do when parents are not together or divorced. Furthermore, child custody arrangements could make the holidays a stressful time. Parents might not agree with plan and might get into a visitation dispute over who gets to see the children on which day.

The issue of breastfeeding in child custody cases

It is important for children to have a healthy relationship with their parents. Particularly in the early stages of a child's development, a strong parent-child bond is important. Even though parents in Florida who are no longer together may disagree with how much time a child should spend with the other parent, generally, it is in the best interest of the child to spend time with each parent. But, what if a visitation schedule interferes with a child's nutritional needs, and is not in the child's best interest? Should it still be enforced?

Child-custody issues surround actor Charlie Sheen

Famous Hollywood actors and actresses are frequently in the news regarding marriage, divorce and child-custody and support issues. Florida resident familiar actor Charlie Sheen may be aware of the child-custody issues surrounding his twin boys. Recently, the actor was reportedly seen with his ex-wife Denise Richards outside an L.A. courthouse where apparently they met to discuss the temporary custody of his twin boys. However, Richards is not the mother of the boys.

Military service may impact child custody decisions

Military service men and women who serve our country here in the U.S. and abroad face a unique challenge when it comes to balancing their military careers and personal lives. Florida military personnel in the process of getting a divorce will find it interesting to learn that their military career and military life may impact how a judge determines child custody and support issues.

Rapper Kid Cudi gives up on obtaining primary custody of daughter

A child is the apple of her parent's eye. But when parents fail to see eye-to-eye during a divorce, separation or break-up, the child may suffer as parents become embroiled in a bitter child custody battle.

Tips for divorcees to develop visitation plans during holidays

The holiday season is right around the corner. As families muse over who will hold this year's Thanksgiving dinner, individuals recently divorced with children may have other matters on their mind such as child visitation issues. After a divorce is finalized, grandparents' may wonder as well if they will get to see their grandchildren this holiday season.

Court orders arrest of Scott Storch in child support case

Multiplatinum producer Scott Storch, who has produced hits by 50 Cent and Chris Brown, reportedly owes over $28,000 in child support to the mother his child. A Florida court issued a warrant for his arrest in his child support case after he failed to appear in court for a scheduled hearing. His attorney has indicated that Storch's child support arrears will be cleared within a week. The once highly successful multiplatinum producer has been plagued by drug-related and financial woes in recent times.

Who should get primary child custody: birth mother or egg donor?

In a family law case, the first visual that comes to mind is parents, typically the father and mother, of a child, or children, fighting over child custody and parenting time issues. But, what about child custody issues between a gay or lesbian couple who have developed irreconcilable issues?

The pitfalls of do-it-yourself divorces in Florida

In a marriage where irreconcilable differences develop, divorce may be the only solution. When children are involved the matter may get complicated with child custody and visitation issues. Getting expert legal advice is advisable, but some people facing divorces may not have the resources to hire an attorney.

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