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Can the court order mediation for certain child custody issues?

When the parents of a Florida child have a disagreement, it can be problematic. Many cases must be decided by the court. However, it is always preferable for the parents to come to an agreement on their own. Negotiation is better than being compelled by a judge. This is when mediation can be of use. There are certain issues that can be topics for mediation. Understanding when mediation is available and how it is done is an important part of achieving a successful resolution.

When is a warrant for child custody necessary in Florida?

Child custody cases can be the most gut-wrenching situations Florida parents can face. The best interests of the child are the most important part, but when a child's safety is at stake or a parent refuses to surrender the child, it may become necessary for the state to step in. For parents who are facing this and need a warrant to take physical custody of the child, it is important to understand what the law says and what can be done.

What can Florida courts do to prevent relocation violations?

For some Florida parents, child custody is a complex situation that is rife with dispute. Whereas some parents can be amicable or outright friendly regarding custody and visitation rights, some cases are difficult with concerns about a parenting plan violation with one parent a feared risk of relocation without permission.

Court decision can grant visitation rights to certain fathers

Child custody in Florida can be a contentious issue that often leaves fathers limited to visitation rights and rarely receiving custody of a child. Similarly, there are other laws that can be problematic for fathers when they are seeking to see their child.

What are visitation rights with administrative support orders?

It can be difficult to come to an agreement on visitation plans when a Florida couple shares a child and is no longer together in a relationship. In many cases, it is important to remember that there is a Title IV-D Standard Parenting Time Plan that will be implemented. Knowing the parameters of this agreement and how it is handled is essential to the case. As always, the best interests of the child will be factored in.

Legal father and biological father in child custody dispute

Child custody in Florida is not always a simple matter. Some cases carry with them a certain amount of complexity that make it difficult for everyone involved. Often, these cases do not involve just two parents who both want custody. Circumstances can vary and there can be several different people who are seeking legal custody and to be recognized as parents. With a complicated child custody case, having experienced legal assistance is one of the most important steps to take.

What if a Florida parent seeks a relocation with a child?

Child custody is one of the toughest issues that a Florida couple faces after they part ways and end their relationship. The best interests of the child are paramount, and even if both parents can communicate amicably for the good of the child, problems can still arise.

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