Divorce Attorney Scott J. Stadler

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  • Florida Child Custody and Relocation

    Many situations in life are not ideal, which is one of the reasons some couples turn to divorce. Sometimes, a divorce can provide new opportunities and experiences for both spouses in many different parts of their individual lives. Some changes that may take place could involve relocating. People relocate after a divorce to be closer

  • Alaska Becomes First to Treat Pets Like Children in Divorce

    Many people have companion animals that play a very important role in their lives. Be it a dog, cat, iguana, horse, parakeet, ferret, or virtually any other legal animal, pets can play an extremely important role in a couple’s day-to-day life. This is especially true when a pet is jointly brought into a home by

  • Avoiding the Disneyland Dad/Mom Trap

    The divorce process can take its toll on a person mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Beyond its effects on an individual, it can quickly change the dynamics of a relationship between parents and their children. Typically, a married couple has relatively unfettered access to their children and is able to spend large amounts of time

  • How Do I Get Sole Custody of My Child in Florida?

    Navigating the divorce process can be extremely difficult, which is one of the reasons it is an effective decision to use a Florida family law attorney with a practice focused on divorce. The process is even more challenging when children are involved, especially in circumstances where a parent believes that the other parent is potentially

  • The Role of Parenting Coordinators in a Florida Divorce

    The divorce process can be difficult for both spouses. It is certain to bring up a mix of emotions that can sometimes make it difficult to focus on a fair and reasonable outcome for both parties. The process becomes even more difficult when children are involved. While parents certainly want the best for their children

  • Understanding Child Custody Rights of Stepparents

    Many years ago, a large number of families were similar to one another. Today, families can be made up of many different components and may look very different from one another. In today’s society, it is not uncommon for children from a parent’s first marriage to be in a situation where they live with that

  • The Role of Mental Health in Child Custody in Florida

    Divorce is a stressful process. People facing divorce must cope with the fact that a marriage that they have invested a great deal of time and energy in is coming to an end. This can take a toll on a person’s emotions, and many times people experiencing divorce may need the help of a licensed

  • Co-Parenting Tips for Families

    The divorce process is always difficult for everyone involved, and it can be even more difficult when there are children involved. The process can be time-consuming, confusing, and emotionally draining. However, once a divorce is finalized, new questions and problems can arise. Divorced couples need time to adjust to the new dynamics of their life.

  • Child Preference in Custody Issues

    In most cases, divorces that involve children can be much more difficult for everyone involved. Parents are dealing with their own emotions and the stress of the divorce process, and must also take into account how the divorce process is affecting their children. It is also extremely important to take into consideration how the terms

  • Proposed Law Aims to Split Custody Between Parents

    Florida courts, like many – if not all – other states, make decisions about child custody based on the best interests of the child. However, Florida does recognize the presumption that a child’s best interests are served when the child maintains a relationship with both parents. A new piece of proposed legislation could change the