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How does divorce affect my teenager?

Teenagers are in the process of organizing their values, ideals and beliefs so they can incorporate them into a cohesive self-identity. However, the circumstances surrounding a divorce can trigger a teen to feel insecure about his or her identity. It can also make a teen feel insecure about future relationships and his or her future life path and finances. As such, to ensure the psychological wellbeing of their teens, divorcing parents will want to keep several things in mind about their children. 

Florida mom asks for visitation after kidnapping accusation

The tragic story of a mother accused of kidnapping her baby girl is again in the news. The 24-year-old mother was accused of kidnapping her daughter across state lines in 2014. Allegedly, part of the reason why she absconded with the child was to prevent her daughter's vaccination. The woman is now slotted to appear in court this Tuesday to request visitation privileges from a Broward judge. 

What are virtual visitation rights?

In the modern era of digital communication, single parents have an unlimited number of options for spending time with their children over the digital airways. Whether it's by telephone, Skype, email, social media or some other method, visiting with your children like this is commonly referred to as "virtual visitation," "internet visitation," or "electronic visitation." These days, family law courts across the United States -- including Florida -- are beginning to recognize a parent's right to virtual visitation with his or her children when the parent cannot otherwise be present in person.  

Do grandparents have the right to visit their grandchildren?

If you are a Florida grandparent who is not being permitted to visit with your grandchildren, you may have the right to assert your legal right to visit with your grandchildren in court. Grandparents in Florid have the ability to submit a legal petition to secure visitation rights under a variety of circumstances.

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