One thing to learn from this book is the importance of paperwork and documents throughout your divorce. Here are tips on gathering Physical Evidence:
Child custody issues can be frustrating for all parties. Below are some of the issues that can arise and when a custody agreement needs to be revisited.
How do divorced parents keep track of the many details of child custody? One way is to keep a calendar with information relating to the child’s activities.
Divorced parents may suffer from many misunderstandings regarding child custody. Here are a few prevalent myths that may be keeping a parent separated from his or her children.
If you need help co-parenting, co-parenting applications may be the answer. There are several apps that can help smooth the post-divorce parenting process.
You want your divorce lawyer to do the best possible job for you and your children. Here are the issues you need to discuss as soon as possible.
When a divorce or paternity action is filed, the Court issues a “status quo” order, which governs the conduct of the parties while the action is pending. Find out what you can and cannot do:
The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA) is a federal act that has been adopted by almost every state. Every case in Florida involving minor children requires the filing of a UCCJEA Affidavit. Find out why and what needs to be included:
Court actions may seem expensive to some. Luckily, the Miami-Dade County Family Division has developed a Self-Help Program to assist those who are self represented and cannot afford an attorney.
Child custody is a legal term used to describe the legal and practical relationship between a parent and their child. In Florida, we call this timesharing. Florida law requires a timesharing schedule to be included in the parenting plan that specifies the time, including overnights and holidays, that a minor child will spend with each parent.