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Florida Child Custody: Educational Costs after Divorce
Child Custody: Child’s Education after Divorce

1. Educational Costs Are the Responsibility of Both Parents After a divorce, co-parenting can be difficult. However, it doesn’t have to be. For many parents, this may seem harder to do than to say, but it is possible. To effectively co-parent, both parents need to be...

On the Religion of the Children Following your Divorce
On the Religion of the Children Following your Divorce

When you marry someone, you are deciding to create a home with them.  When you have children, deciding on what the moral fundamentals of that home will be is one of the most important decisions that parents can make.  But when divorce happens, while a...

Five Good Things a Parenting Plan Does for Your Child in Miami, FL
Five Positive Attributes of Parenting Plans

A parenting plan, also known as a custody and/or visitation agreement, is a document that specifically stipulates the custody and visitation arrangement and decision-making responsibilities of each parent in cases of divorce. This document is an important part of the divorce agreement, as it spells...

Child Custody and Residence: Can You Move out of State?
Child Custody and Residence: Can You Move out of State?

Child custody situations can sometimes be a frustrating arrangement. When something occurs that requires the custody arrangement to be altered further, it is important you know your rights and the potential outcomes of a court decision. One of the most common scenarios that you should...

Preparing a Parenting Plan in Florida
Preparing a Parenting Plan in Florida

When going through divorce proceedings, parents are almost always tasked with creating a parenting plan - a time-sharing schedule that will determine each parent’s interactions with their child or children. When parents or courts decide that the parents will have joint custody, they are required...

How to Protect Your Parental Visitation Rights in Miami, Florida
How to Protect Your Parental Visitation Rights

For many parents, one of the priorities during a divorce is obtaining child custody (aka parental time-sharing) rights. Having physical custody of your child or children makes you a caregiver, with all of the accompanying responsibilities including housing, feeding, and medical care and attention. If you...

Help - My Co-Parent Refuses to Take My Child to School!
My Co-Parent Refuses to Take My Child to School!

It’s a parenting nightmare: you’ve just gone through a divorce, and had a long and drawn out custody battle, and now your co-parent isn’t living up to their commitments and responsibilities.  Sometimes your co-parent might be putting in a genuine effort, and is close to...

How Children Can React During a Divorce
How Children Can React During a Divorce

When it comes to divorce, every couple is different. Just the same, every family unit is different. However, there are some common reactions that children have when their parents are divorcing. Though your child may not exhibit all of these reactions due to his/her age...

Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course in Florida
Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course

When a family is going through divorce, there are so many things to consider, particularly if children are involved. According to the Department of Children and Families, there are certain ways in which you should handle divorce with children. The Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course is an...