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August 2016 Archives

What is a parenting agreement?

Most child custody cases can be resolved before it is necessary to bring the matter before a court. In fact, considering that resolving a child custody matter out of court is faster and less costly and stressful, it's clear to see why most Florida parents do everything they can to avoid the courts with their child custody cases. In order to resolve a child custody dispute out of court, however, parents will need to agree on a parenting plan.

A father has the right to see his children

The state of Florida has firm laws set in place to protect children; the rights of fathers to spend time with their children is not always automatic. As such, fathers sometimes need to assert their parental rights in court if they want to have a meaningful presence in the lives of their children.

Keeping track of 50-plus divorces

Baby Boomer divorce rates are increasing and it is affecting their retirement savings in a negative way. At this time, the divorce rate that applies to people who are 50-plus is more than double what it was in 1990. A recent study from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers the biggest areas of contention in 50-plus divorces are alimony, pensions, retirement accounts and business interests.

What should I know about visitation schedules in Florida

When two parents divorce, they will need to decide on custody and visitation schedules. This can be a difficult process to navigate for someone who is not familiar with the usual way that custody and visitation arrangements are organized in the state of Florida. Hopefully, this article will shed light on some important guidelines that may come into play in the average custody and visitation plan.

Does joblessness lead to divorce?

Every Florida resident knows that fights and disagreements about money are one of the most common causes of divorce. Indeed, any kind of financial stress on a family could cause a marriage to crumble. Furthermore, when it comes to tradition gender roles in a marriage, unlike women who do not work, it appears that stay-at-home dads "house-husbands" face a higher risk of divorce.

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