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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.

What are the most important times in your child's day?

When setting up a custody and visitation schedule, it is important to think carefully about exactly what time you want to spend with your child. When can you have the most impact on their growth and development? What time of day is best for your relationship with them? What can you do to create a schedule that, though you do not get to see your child as much as you used to, still helps you be a valuable part of their life?

Re-entering your kids' lives after an absence

You've been largely out of your children's lives since your divorce. Perhaps you've been living on the other side of the country or even abroad. Maybe you've been in a recovery center getting help for a substance abuse issue. Some parents don't see their children for years because they're incarcerated.

2 unusual types of shared parenting arrangements

We all know about joint custody, 50-50 custody and sole custody when it comes to shared parenting arrangements. But there are certain less-than-common ways that co-parents organize their time with their kids. Some of these ways push against the limits of what general society considers "acceptable, normal behavior." At our law firm, however, we encourage parents to explore all of their options -- and get creative -- to find a parenting solution that works for them, even if others find it to be uncouth or strange.

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