Category Archives: Child Custody
Reasons A Parent May Lose Child Custody In Florida
There are many reasons that can result in a parent losing custody of their child in Florida. Generally, the court… Read More »
What Should Be Included In A Parenting Plan In Florida?
For many parents going through a divorce, creating a parenting plan is the most difficult part of the divorce process…. Read More »
How Do Florida Courts Determine Parental Responsibilities?
When a divorce involves minor children, the divorcing parents must establish a child custody order with the court. Florida courts… Read More »
Can You Ask The Other Parent To Remove Weapons From Their Home During Custody Visitation?
It is perfectly normal to be worried about your child’s safety when they spend time in the other parent’s home,… Read More »
Can A Florida Court Require You To Take Parenting Classes During A Divorce?
Often, an Orlando child custody lawyer receives calls from people asking, “Can a court require me to take a parenting… Read More »
Can A Florida Court Reject Your Parenting Plan?
Getting divorced when you share children can be both stressful and confusing. Under Florida law, when spouses who wish to… Read More »
How Can I Legally Avoid Paying Child Support in Florida?
Married parents have a legal obligation to financially support their children until they turn 18. That obligation does not go… Read More »
When Can One Parent Get Full Custody of the Child in Florida?
Historically, mothers were given a preference in child custody cases. However, the times have changed, and custody decisions are now… Read More »
Are All Children Who Are Internationally Abducted from the US Eventually Returned to the US?
As attorneys who practice in family law here in Florida, we frequently encounter international child custody issues that involve the… Read More »