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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.

2018 brings changes to custody laws in Florida

With the New Year come many changes. While that might look like individuals in Florida and elsewhere making resolutions to eat better, exercise more, use technology less and learn something new, when it comes to state legislation, it means changes to existing laws. Those seeking a divorce is 2018 may be impacted by these changes, especially if there are children involved.

How can a child custody agreement reflect your holiday needs?

As most residents in Florida and elsewhere can contest, the holiday season is a time when we want to be with our families the most. However, for divorced parents, this can be a trying and stressful time, especially if custody and visitation agreements do not always allow for frequent access to their children. Nonetheless, divorced parents are able to work together and set up a schedule that could benefit everyone involved. Thus, whether you just got divorced or have been for several years, it is important that the child custody arrangement you agree to considers your wants and desire during the holidays.

Child custody and out-of-state travel

When parents divorce, they are faced with many changes and difficulties. Of course this means working through the process and developing a workable child custody arrangement. It also means taking the necessary steps to make the resulting custody agreement work. Whether you have just finalized a divorce or have been divorced for several years, divorced parents are likely to encounter various post-divorce custody issues and disputes.

What are the child custody rights of disabled parents?

Raising a child with special needs can be challenging and taxing on parents, but what about parents with disabilities raising children? While those living with physical, behavioral, emotional and mental disabilities have the capability to have children and raise them like any other parent would and could. However, in most cases one parent has a disability while the other does not. This makes for an easier environment for both the parents and child. But what happens when these parents divorce?

Putting children first when developing a child custody plan

It is often inevitable. When couple sin Florida and elsewhere decide to get a divorce, disputes likely ensue. While some of these might be simple or pointless, fueled by the emotions of the process, others can be very serious and drawn out. For divorcing parents, this often means asserting their point of view so a beneficial child custody arrangement can result. But whom should a custody arrangement benefit?

Noting the benefits and disadvantages of shared parenting

Parenting comes with challenges. And with challenges can come mistakes that require attention. While divorcing parents might assume they know what is best for their children during and after the process, this doesn't always hold true when it comes to developing a child custody plan. Even if everything parenting related ran smoothly during marriage, this does not mean it will go as smoothly during and after divorce. Thus, it is important to understand what successful and beneficial parenting can look like post-divorce.

Helping you meet your child custody goals post-divorce

As our blog has previously highlighted, divorced parents in Florida can deal with disputes post-divorce. It is not always easy devising and managing a child custody arrangement. And even when the right tools are provided and used, this does not mean that parents won't want to change a custody order in the future.

Creating a calendar to help kids in joint custody

There is no right way or perfect way to parent a child. While we can aspire to do the best of our ability, we can only do so much with the tools we have. For divorcing parents in Florida and elsewhere, parenting can become much more challenging. It is difficult to anticipate how a custody arrangement will actually impact a child, so some parents have to alter the way they parent, even adding more tools to their toolbox.

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