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Parenting Plan Tag

When it comes to making decisions about caring for your children with your co-parent, people can become confused about their responsibilities. One such obligation is that of figuring out which parent transports the child for visitation. Does the parent who had the child last drop...

There are several considerations that parents must keep in mind when it comes to setting up a visitation schedule for their children. This is a part of the divorce or separation process that has the potential to be very difficult for the entire family. The...

When you said ‘I do’, you never expected to say, “Who gets the kids?” The possibility of marriages transitioning into divorce is a real one as the length of marriages has decreased dramatically in only the past 15 years . Many couples have tried to...

Child Custody During Military Deployment Many Floridian military service members are parents of children for which they have parenting plans. A common question that we receive by those military service members is regarding their rights and obligations regarding child custody during military deployment. More specifically, those servicemember...

Florida Divorces & Step-Children It's no secret that divorce can be hard on children. Most of the time, those children are coming from families with two biological parents, and a custody and visitation agreement is part of the divorce proceedings. However, when blended families divorce, there...

Petition to Relocate with Children Can I move out of Florida without the other parent's permission? Let's say that you are no longer in a romantic relationship with the other parent of you child. What can you do if you want to move out of Miami,...