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What is a Reasonable Time Sharing Setup

By DeVoe Law Firm |

Time sharing after a divorce in Florida In the state of Florida, child custody and visitation is referred to as time-sharing. The courts believe that it is usually always in the best interest of the child to have equal time-sharing schedules, and you should have a plan that shows when your child spends time… Read More »

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What is a Reasonable Time Sharing Setup

By DeVoe Law Firm |

Time sharing after a divorce in Florida In the state of Florida, child custody and visitation is referred to as time-sharing. The courts believe that it is usually in the best interest of the child to have equal time-sharing schedules, and you should have a plan that shows when your child spends time with… Read More »

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Tips for Coping Psychologically with Divorce

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With divorce comes many negative emotions, some even causing stress that can interfere with your ability to function from day to day. Coping with these emotions isn’t always easy, but one of the best things you can do for yourself is to take care of yourself. Recognizing and dealing with your emotions is the… Read More »

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How does the Court Determine the Level of Child Support in a Divorce?

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In a divorce that involves children, child support is almost unavoidable. One parent will almost always be required to make payments to the other parent in order to help support their child. But many people going through a divorce don’t understand how the amount of child support is calculated and determined. If you’re going… Read More »

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Custody Law: Do I Need to File Anything to Legal Relocate my Child?

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In a divorce, it is common for parents to live in different states, making it difficult to decide which parent their children should live with. In Florida, laws provide strict procedures that the parents must follow before moving their children to a different state. Child custody in Florida Florida law aims to give each… Read More »

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What Can Go Wrong if you Don’t Have a Divorce Lawyer

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Getting a divorce is a complicated legal process. On top of that, it is accompanied by a lot of stress and even sadness. Hiring a lawyer will allow you to take a step back and let a professional to take care of your divorce. If you don’t hire a lawyer, you might be in… Read More »

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How to Modify a Time Sharing Schedule after a Divorce

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Divorce is toughest on the children. They are forced to adapt to a new schedule of being shuttled back and forth and usually end up living in two different homes. With all of this change, it’s important for your child’s life to have as much stability as possible. That’s why modifying a time sharing… Read More »

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How to Pick Out the Right Family Law Attorney

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Choosing the right family lawyer in a divorce can be difficult, but it is important to choose someone you trust and know will fight for you. It is best to know what you are trying to accomplish in your divorce and whether you and your spouse can come to an agreement or if you… Read More »

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What is the DCF and What is a DCF Case

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The DFC is the Department of Children and Families in Florida. Any child abuse, abandonment and neglect must be reported to the DFC. The DFC works in the best interest of the children to make sure their homes are safe and to place them somewhere that is safe if they are in any danger…. Read More »

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What Are Included in Grandparent Rights

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Divorce not only impacts a couple’s immediate family; it can also impact a grandparent’s ability to see their grandchildren. Grandparents have the right to be granted custody of their grandchildren or even court-mandated visitation with their grandchildren. Legislation has been put into place over the past 35 years to ensure that grandparents do have… Read More »

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