New Law Affecting Timesharing and Parenting Plans Took Effect in 2018 Florida lawmakers have taken another meaningful step toward furthering contact between non-custodial parents and their children in a family law case. On January 1, 2018, a new law took effect that is meant to make it easier for unmarried or divorcing parents to reach […]
Now that you have finalized your divorce with your Tampa divorce lawyer, and you are ready to start the new year, it’s time to consider your co-parenting strategies and techniques. When there are children involved in a divorce situation, it’s best when both parents agree to cooperate and co-parent to the best of their abilities. […]
In a world where everything has to be Facebook official and Insta-perfect, it can be difficult to navigate your social media realm after your divorce. As you work with your Tampa divorce attorney to finalize the process, you’ll want to be thinking about how your divorce plays out online as well. This etiquette guide will […]
Going through a divorce when you have school-aged children can be challenging, not only because of the impact on the kids but also because you have to stay in contact with your former spouse. While divorced parents today are making a better effort to co-parent than ever before, there are still plenty of potentially awkward and […]
Websites and apps that make co-parenting easier.
Helpful tips to make trick-or-treating less frightful this year.
Life in the immediate aftermath of divorce can be chaotic, not just for you but also for your children. When the back-to-school season arrives, it’s important to work with your family attorney in Tampa FL to create a plan that will help both you and your former spouse provide your children with the support they need. […]
Florida same sex partner denied custody rights.
A parenting coordinator can be an excellent resource during a family law matter.
The presumption in Florida is to award shared parental responsibility.