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.
In Florida, unmarried fathers have little to no parental rights. In order to establish your rights to your child, you must establish paternity.
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