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Child visit tips: How to be the best 'soccer parent' you can be

When your time with your child is limited, it's important to make the most of that time. Showing up for your child's sporting events to lend your parental support is a great way to do this. That said, some Florida soccer moms and soccer dads have to be careful not to put too much pressure on their kids.

Virtual visitation is just as important as real visitation

Florida parents who have the chance to live with their children are truly fortunate. There are many parents who don't have full-time access to their children. Usually, the parent who doesn't live with his or her child full-time is awarded visitation rights. These rights could allow the parent to spend only a handful of days with his or her child each month. However, what about the other days? Can the parent continue to maintain contact with the child?

How to petition for child custody

In the state of Florida, parents who are in the process of getting a divorce will have the custody of their children decided during their divorce process. As for parents who have not yet started their divorce, they can file a child custody petition in the appropriate circuit court.

What if your ex won't agree on child custody decisions?

It's hard enough for two people to get along when they're married. After marriage though -- particularly if the marriage ended in a difficult or contentious way -- it can be more difficult than ever to come to any kind of agreement with your ex. Most matters can be codified and agreed to in a well-planned child custody agreement before they erupt into difficulty, but what if you have shared legal custody and your spouse wants to continually fight your decisions regarding health care, religion and education?

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