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:
One thing to learn from this book is the importance of paperwork and documents throughout your divorce. Here are tips on gathering Physical Evidence:
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 most common mistake people make when asking the Court to relocate with their Minor Children is failing to have a plan. Find out what needs to be included in your Petition to avoid a dismissal:
If you do not live with your child's other parent, chances are you may need permission to move out of the State (or even County) you live in. The act of moving 50 miles away from your current address with the minor/dependent child is called relocation. What is Relocation? Florida Statute defines relocation as a... Continue Reading →
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.