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Child Custody Issues Faced by Unmarried Parents

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

In Florida, just because a couple is unmarried does not mean that they are not required to come up with a custody or child support arrangement in the event of a separation. In fact, unmarried parents often face additional hurdles if the name of the child’s father is not on the birth certificate. In… Read More »

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Reasons to Object to a Child Relocation

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Once a divorce is finalized and child custody arrangements are agreed on, the newly separated family must learn to live with the changes in their dynamic. Unfortunately, after the family has grown used to their new normal, further changes can disrupt life for everyone. A common source of disruption in the lives of divorced… Read More »

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Co-Parenting After a Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Getting a divorce is stressful. But it can be even worse in cases involving young children. It can be hard for parents to establish the best parenting routine for their children after the parties have established separate households. Courts are primarily concerned with the best interests of the children in divorces involving child custody… Read More »

Parenting Plans: What Are They and Why Would I Want One?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Under Florida Statute § 61.046 (14), a parenting plan is defined as a document which is created for the specific purpose of governing the relationship between parents regarding decisions that need to be made about minor children for couples who are divorcing. It includes a “time-sharing schedule” for each parent and the child. What… Read More »

How Military Service Can Affect Parenting Time And Child Support In the State of Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Military service and its impact on parenting time and child support is governed by Florida statute 61.13002. In the state of Florida, courts are limited in their ability to modify when a deployment or activation affects the service member’s ability to fulfill the parenting time requirements and rights in the original order. The courts… Read More »

Holiday Traditions and Common Sense Practical Tips for Maneuvering the Holidays After Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Handling the holidays after a divorce can be extremely stressful for both the parents and the children. It’s not too soon to start considering how to handle the upcoming holidays. Below are a series of practical tips that can assist you and your children in making a transition to the new ways your family… Read More »

Amending Your Time Sharing (Child Custody) Agreement

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Time sharing is a relatively newer term that replaces “child custody” in Florida. At the time of your divorce, a time sharing agreement, or, depending on when you filed for divorce, a child custody order, was entered into for the benefit of your children. In the best cases, this agreement was one that was… Read More »

Parenting Plans: What Are They And Why Would I Want One?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Under Florida Statute § 61.046 (14), a parenting plan is defined as a document which is created for the specific purpose of governing the relationship between parents regarding decisions that need to be made about minor children for couples who are divorcing. It includes a “time-sharing schedule” for each parent and the child. What… Read More »

Results of New Survey on Shaken Baby Syndrome Could Have Child Custody Implications

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

According to coverage of a new survey and study done on the validity of shaken baby syndrome, a large majority of physicians view the diagnosis as valid. This newly highlighted medical consensus indicating that shaking an infant or small child can result in life-threatening injuries, coma, or death contradicts previous notions that the medical… Read More »

Is Parental Alienation A Problem Today?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Following divorce and sometimes contentious child custody disputes, parental alienation—where one parent poisons the child against the other parent—has grown to become such a serious issue that programs have now been developed to try and help parents actively work to avoid this phenomenon while moving forward in raising their children. Research has found that… Read More »

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