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  • How Can I Lose Custody of My Children?

    How Can I Lose Custody of My Children?

    In a divorce with children, one of the things that will need to be determined is child custody. It is hopeful that the parents can determine this on their own. However, given that divorce is often a stressful and emotional time, it is not uncommon for the parties to have some bitterness or anger toward

  • Report on Shared Child Custody Laws: How Did Florida Fare?

    Report on Shared Child Custody Laws: How Did Florida Fare?

    There are several types of child custody — legal, physical, sole, and joint custody. Legal custody refers to the ability of the parent to make important decisions for the children, such as education, religion and medical treatment. Physical custody means that the child lives with the parent. Sole custody is when one parent has both

  • Stepparent Adoption: The Process

    Stepparent Adoption: The Process

    When two people love each other, they may make their commitment official by getting married. The same situation may apply if a stepparent has been a huge part of a child’s life for a long time. The parent may prove his or her commitment by adopting the stepchild. A stepparent adoption makes the relationship legal.

  • Birdnesting as a Co-Parenting Plan

    Birdnesting as a Co-Parenting Plan

    Child custody is often a topic that is hotly debated in a divorce. Both parents may want full custody. One parent may want sole custody. A parent may be trying to keep the child away from another parent with drug or alcohol addiction issues. For the most part, parents want to be a part of

  • Best Interests of the Child

    Best Interests of the Child

    In divorces, there are often custody battles concerning the children. Both parents want custody and nobody is willing to compromise. In these cases, the court will decide who gets custody. The judge will consider the best interests of the child, but what exactly does this mean? This phrase comes up a lot in the courtroom,

  • What to Know About Bird’s Nest Parenting

    What to Know About Bird’s Nest Parenting

    If you divorcing with children, you may be concerned about child custody matters and how they affect your kids’ well-being. You may have heard stories of children being shuffled from one home to another. This stressful routine can lead to missing personal items, lost homework, and frazzled parents who are unaware of the schedules the

  • Establishing Paternity in Florida

    Establishing Paternity in Florida

    Is your son or daughter really your biological child? If you are a mother, you likely answered yes, as maternity really can not be disputed. If you give birth to a child, it is biologically related to you. If you are a man, you may also assume your children are really yours. In fact, under

  • Sharing Child Custody During the Holidays

    Sharing Child Custody During the Holidays

    As children get ready to end summer break and go back to school, divorced parents are thinking about something else: Christmas. No, they are not thinking about buying presents and decorations already. They are thinking about custody schedules, anxious about whether or not they will get to see their children open presents on December 25.

  • Common Misconceptions About Custody

    Common Misconceptions About Custody

    Few aspects of the divorce process can be described as easy. Most people know that divorce will be challenging and take that into consideration before making the difficult decision to pursue divorce. However, knowing that divorce can and will be difficult does not always prepare people for the challenges divorce can present. One of the

  • Addressing Your Child’s Post-Divorce Concerns

    Addressing Your Child’s Post-Divorce Concerns

    Divorce is a challenging experience for everyone involved in the process. It can lead to many difficult choices, with many of them having a significant impact on child custody. When divorce presents significant obstacles, it can be easy to overlook the impact it may be having on your children. One of the most difficult parts