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May 2016 Archives

Custody concerns with parents living in different states

A custodial Florida parent might worry about potential legal action related to custody if their former spouse relocates to a different state. Although there was once a serious challenge related to interstate custody situations because of this type of scenario, today's parents are protected to a large degree by the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act. The act provides guidelines for states potentially needing to hear interstate custody cases.

Visitation time, parental alienation in child custody cases

Florida parents who are divorcing are permitted to make parenting plans that allow each of them to spend equal time with their children. Despite this provision, they may find that child custody issues are equally difficult for them and their children to deal with. If parents are not getting along, they might fail to honor the child custody agreements.

Preserving finances after a divorce

Florida residents who have gone through a divorce are aware that ending a marriage carries both short-term and long-term financial implications. Decisions must be made as to the future of the family home and all other valuable assets. An understanding of how to best assess property values can ease the process, and the individuals involved must be aware of what steps they can take to achieve their long-term financial goals once a settlement is made.

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