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  • Split Custody and Census 2020: Don’t Let Your Child Be Unaccounted For
    Split Custody and Census 2020: Don’t Let Your Child Be Unaccounted For

    April 1, 2020, is Census Day across the United States, but how do you ensure everyone is accounted for when you have a split custody arrangement? Why does it matter? The Population and Housing Census ...

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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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  • Step-Parent Privacy in Divorce Proceedings
    Step-Parent Privacy in Divorce Proceedings

    Part One: Can my new husband’s ex come after ME for child support? Many family law litigants worry that the income and assets of their new spouse will be discoverable in court or included in their own ...

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  • Retroactive Child Support vs. Child Support Arrears: What's the Difference & How Does the State & Federal Government Enforce Them
    Retroactive Child Support vs. Child Support Arrears: What's the Difference & How Does the State & Federal Government Enforce Them

    Retroactive child support can best be described as “back pay” for a specific period of time before you entered into your child support order (pre-judgment). Under Florida law, the court has the option ...

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  • I Don't Have Any Money-Why Is My Co-Parent Asking Me to Pay Attorney Fees?
    I Don't Have Any Money-Why Is My Co-Parent Asking Me to Pay Attorney Fees?

    Have you received a paper from your co-parent that requests for you to pay for their attorney’s fees? The letter might say something like: “The Mother has retained an attorney to represent her in ...

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