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Category Archives: Parental Responsibility


What Is Parental Responsibility?

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

For many divorcing couples, child custody ends up being one of the most hotly contested issues that they will face, which is why it’s so important for parents who are thinking about divorce to have a thorough understanding of what these kinds of determinations will entail. One of the most important distinctions to make… Read More »


Parental Decision Making In Florida

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Prior to 2017, Florida family law courts referred to child custody in two ways: as physical custody and legal custody. Six years ago, however, lawmakers made significant changes to the family law code, directing courts to instead create parenting plans in which two co-parents divided parenting time and parental responsibility. The former refers to… Read More »


Making Decisions About Your Child’s Medical Care After Divorce

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Just because two parents get divorced does not mean that they are no longer required to work together when making decisions regarding their child’s welfare. In fact, for important decisions, like medical care, parents are usually legally obligated to reach those decisions together until the child reaches the age of majority. Responsibility for Medical… Read More »


Making Major Decisions When You Share Legal Custody

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Just because two parents separate or divorce does not mean that they will no longer need to work together to co-parent effectively. Doing so will require the implementation of a parenting plan, which in turn, will divide not only parenting time, or how much time a child spends with each parent, but also parental… Read More »


Shared Parental Decision-Making

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

Just because two parents decide to separate does not mean that they automatically give up their parental rights and obligations. How those rights and obligations are shared will, however, depend on the family’s particular situation. Generally, custody is divided into two categories: time-sharing, or physical custody and parental responsibility, or parental decision-making. Even if… Read More »


Factors Considered By Family Courts When Making Education-Related Decisions

By Sandra Bonfiglio |

One of the many difficult decisions that divorcing parents face is where their child will go to school. Often, parents are able to reach an agreement on this issue, whether they decide to keep their child in the same school, remain in the school district, but change schools, or move to another district entirely…. Read More »

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