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How Does “Best Interest of the Child” Affect Florida Child Custody?
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Category: Child Custody

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When developing a child custody plan, the court first and foremost considers the best interests of the child. In general, the state of Florida believes that a relationship and frequent contact with both parents is most beneficial to the child. Thus, if the court feels both parents are capable, it will try to grant shared custody to both parents.
 
Judges consider a few factors when handing down a custody… Read More [+]


Why Do People Make False Domestic Violence Claims?
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Most domestic violence claims are legitimate cries for help, and should be treated as such. Unfortunately, false claims do occur. False claims of domestic violence are a grave disservice not only to the accused, but to genuine victims everywhere.  Because of the severity of domestic crimes, law enforcement must investigate all claims of domestic violence.
 
The majority of domestic violence crimes are perpetrated by men against women.… Read More [+]


Can Divorce Be Good for Your Health?
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Category: Divorce | Uncategorized

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The American perception of divorce experienced a sea change during the second half of the 20th century. Married couples began to see divorce as a viable option, instead of a failure of moral character. As the social stigma surrounding divorce dissipated, researchers have become more able to explore the science surrounding marriage, divorce, and other romantic relationships.
 
Now, with over half of all marriages ending in divorce, an important… Read More [+]


The 4 Types of Custody in Florida
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Category: Child Custody

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Child custody laws can be confusing, especially because those who need to learn about child custody are often in already in stressed, emotionally tense positions. But when disputes arise from divorce or other family related pressures, understanding the law is a crucial step to maintaining a clear head and ensuring the best possible outcome for you and your child.
 
To help you to understand the law better, we’ve created… Read More [+]


Guide to Hiring a Family Lawyer for Divorce
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What exactly is a “family lawyer”?
 
In Florida, family lawyers handle a variety of different legal situations that are specific to – you guessed it – the family. This can mean anything from paternity to child support and custody to the multiple legal areas that deal with divorce, including alimony and property distribution.
 
In this post we are going to focus on what you need to… Read More [+]