When it comes to a divorce or separation involving a child it’s usually a fight. Two parents both wanting custody of a child. Sometimes though it’s the complete opposite. In some instances, it’s a parent not wanting any rights to their child. While it might seem hard to believe. Some do try and completely abandon […]

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Memory can be a fickle thing. Sometimes you can remember the most minor thing from ten years ago yet not remember why you walked into a room. We can sing the biggest hit song word for word from 2001 but what we had for dinner last night? While we have made a lot of progress […]

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Child custody is rarely a simple ordeal, sometimes requiring lengthy court battles before any form of custody can be issued. The complexity can go beyond that though when certain circumstances arise. For example, what happens when the custodial parent gets incarcerated? The child clearly can’t join the parent in prison, and someone has to watch […]

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The Collaborative Law Process Act was finally passed by the Florida Legislature and took effect on July 1, 2016.  Those of us who practice family law know that a peaceful and amicable resolution to a divorce is always best for any family.  The “Collaborative Process” as it is called, is a goal oriented, non-adversarial process […]

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