April 2016 Archives

Parents can establish visitation schedules together

As it pertains to family law and divorces, the word visitation is often held in contempt. It serves as a reminder that you are not always involved in your child's life and that only at specified times and dates are you allowed to interact or visit with your child. This mentality is good for neither the parents nor the children, which is why the state of Florida has revised many family laws in order to move away from such language.

Grandparents' rights and the laws around them

For many people, the idea of grandparents' rights is a foreign concept, and some grandparents may not even be aware of the legal issues that surround their rights to visit their grandchildren. This is largely because grandparents' rights regarding visitation are relatively new to our country's legal systems. In fact, less than half a century ago, the idea of grandparents' visitation rights was nonexistent. Fortunately, every state in the country now has legal precedents and statutory guidelines for grandparent visitation, including Florida.

Helping Florida fathers with child custody arrangements

When it comes to divorce, the future of any children who were born during the marriage is usually the most important factor to consider. Everyone involved in the divorce wants what is best for the child, but most people believe that this includes them being actively involved in the child's life. Unfortunately, it is sometimes impossible for children to regularly see both of their parents after a divorce, which is why some parents struggle to reach an agreement for child custody and visitation.

Why experience is crucial in a 'gray' divorce

Marriage doesn't end because you've decided one day you're finished with a relationship. Because it's the sum of many complicated matters, this often leaves couples feeling angry, and the result is finger pointing and placing blame. While it isn't uncommon to have these feelings, it isn't productive when trying to come to a resolution.

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