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Key questions to answer when creating a parenting agreement

As you go through the divorce process, it's critical to keep in mind the best interests of your children. Neglecting to do so can result in a variety of mistakes, such as a parenting agreement that doesn't mutually benefit you, your ex and your children.

How to make your children comfortable in your home after divorce

Once your divorce comes to an end, you can turn your full attention to providing your children with a stable environment. It doesn't matter if you have physical custody of your children or visitation rights, it's critical to do whatever you can to make them comfortable.

Non custodial parents: They don't always visit

As a parent with physical custody of your children, you understand how important it is for them to spend time with your ex-spouse. Unfortunately, just because your ex has visitation rights doesn't necessarily mean they'll spend time with their children.

What are the different types of supervised visitation?

Florida family law judges are responsible for deciding what's in the best interest of a child when making custody decisions. Many aim to institute visitation schedules that will allow children to spend the maximum time possible with both parents. If there's a question over a child's safety, then a judge in Plantation may require for such visits to be supervised.

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