There are two main kinds of custody in Florida, and a judge can apply them in various ways when devising a parenting arrangement. Parents with physical custody reside with their children and take care of them on a regular basis, whereas parents with legal custody get to make decisions on behalf of their children regarding […]
In the state of Florida, parents have the right to appeal a child custody order. However, there are some interlocutory orders that you cannot appeal. If you would like to file an appeal, you must wait until the family court has issued its final ruling before beginning the appeal process.
Recent divorcés often feel as though their lives are in tatters, torn apart and never to be the same again. The decision to end a marriage comes with multiple sacrifices – from companionship to assets – but if you are a parent, the financial implications of the divorce should take a backseat to your children’s […]
Single motherhood is the new normal. The U.S. Census Bureau counted 12 million single-parent households in the United States in 2015 – and 80 percent of them were headed by single mothers. That means 1 in 4 children in the country aged 18 and younger are being raised by their biological moms without their fathers […]
Divorces are painful, often acrimonious processes that can fuel heated conflicts. This is particularly true when spouses cannot agree on a parenting plan.
Divorce is one of the most stressful and insecure chapters in a person’s life. Ending a marriage comes with a multitude of life-changing considerations, and it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the transition.