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  • What Does 50/50 Timesharing Look Like on Paper?
    What Does 50/50 Timesharing Look Like on Paper?

    When asked what timesharing schedule a client wants, the most common response is, “I want 50/50.” However, most of the time clients do not know what 50/50 timesharing actually looks like. Is it ...

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  • Tips for Fathers: How to Win Child Custody
    Tips for Fathers: How to Win Child Custody

    Fathers have just as much a right to be a parent to their children as mothers do and, although courts recognize that it is in the best interests of children for both parents to be involved in their ...

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  • Child Custody and Visitation Rights for Unmarried Fathers
    Child Custody and Visitation Rights for Unmarried Fathers

    Regardless if a child’s parents were married when he or she was born, biological fathers have a right to seek child custody or visitation rights. Much like any other child custody decision, the best ...

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  • Just Starting Overnight Timesharing/Visitation? Here Are Some Ideas to Make Your Child Feel at Home.
    Just Starting Overnight Timesharing/Visitation? Here Are Some Ideas to Make Your Child Feel at Home.

    Starting overnights in a new bedroom in a new home can be easier and more fun for your child or children by engaging them in decorating their space and making sure you to stock up on their necessities ...

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  • I Am a Good Parent, but Someone Called DCF on Me, What Do I Do?
    I Am a Good Parent, but Someone Called DCF on Me, What Do I Do?

    First off, calm down. Remember that DCF (the Florida Department of Children and Families) is a governmental agency, but it still must go to Court to be able to take children away from parents. While ...

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  • Your case has recently been referred to Family Court Services. What does that mean?
    Your case has recently been referred to Family Court Services. What does that mean?

    The Family Court Services Unit (FCS) was developed to assist judges and general magistrates with some of the Court’s most difficult family cases, reducing case delays while tending to the unique needs ...

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