If you want to win a custody case, here are the things you need to remember when documenting the other parent's negative impact on the kids:
When you are called into court for your case, there are things that you should remember. Here are our tips as to what not to do when you testify:
It is rarely easy to co-parent after a separation or divorce. These tips can help you create a reliable and accurate visitation record for your children, so they can have close relationships with both parents and feel stable and secure.
Here are the top 3 mistakes we frequently encounter in family law cases involving minor children, and what you can do to avoid them:
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.
It takes a village to get a divorce! Check out our latest blog post (and video) with divorce coach and expert, Olga Nadal, as we discuss how different professionals work together in helping couples divorce:
In family court, social media can provide evidence of misconduct by one’s spouse, and damage your credibility. Be mindful of what you post!
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:
Most people consider their pets part of the family. What happens to these pets during a divorce? Does Florida allow for visitation of pets?
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.