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Category Archives: child custody

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When Would a Court Give Custody to a Non-Parent?

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Raising a child without some help and contributions from family and friends is virtually impossible. Childrearing is a full-time, constant endeavor that requires help from the outside for a parent to fulfill his/her responsibilities. However, when it comes to who has final authority over a child, one or both parents are overwhelmingly the only… Read More »

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New App Aims to Help Parents Post-Divorce

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Navigating how to co-parent during and after divorce is one of the biggest stresses single parents have. There is a lot of information that parents need to stay in compliance with the parenting plan, and as a preventative measure in case a dispute arises about parenting time or financial contributions. The current structure of… Read More »

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Navigating Summer Vacations and Shared Custody of Your Child

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Children impatiently wait for summer vacation most the year, as they dream about being free from the strictures of school and schedules. For parents, however, this time of year can bring a lot of stress, especially if they share custody of a child. Planning summer getaways and figuring out child care when school is… Read More »

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Child Custody Concerns for Military Personnel Post-Divorce

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Having and raising a family while being an active member of the military is no easy task. Being away from one’s children and spouse during the long periods of deployment is hard because this parent misses out on a lot of childhood milestones and daily life experiences. Deployment is known to put strains on… Read More »

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What Can You Do if the Other Parent Ignores the Parenting Plan?

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

The cornerstones of child custody arrangements in Florida are parenting plans. These documents outline when each parent has physical custody of the child, and the legal authority each holds over important decisions in the child’s life (education, medical care, activities, etc.). In practical terms, both parents must compromise and cooperate with one another in… Read More »

Child Custody Decision Guidelines in Florida

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Parents contemplating divorce often have a much more difficult time deciding whether to end the marriage. Divorce greatly affects children, and is known to leave a negative stamp on a child’s development. Certainly, couples in unhealthy relationships should part because staying together is also damaging to a child, but divorces involving children are naturally… Read More »

What to Do When You Suspect the Other Parent Plans to Kidnap Your Child

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Ask any child of divorced parents what would make them happy, and most will respond with having their parents together again. While it is fairly well known that children tend to do better in intact homes, this situation is not always tenable or in the child’s best interest if the parents are unable to… Read More »

The Importance of Establishing Paternity in Child Custody and Support Cases

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

It seems almost self-evident that children thrive more in homes that have mothers and fathers in place to support and guide them. Ideally, all children would have the chance to live with both parents in a loving environment, but reality is often much harsher. Couples cannot always stay together, and marriage does not automatically… Read More »

When and How a Parent Can Change a Parenting Plan

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Discussing when and how to divide child custody and visitation is one the more contested issues when couples decide to separate and divorce, as it is a topic central to being a good and present parent. Forming compromises that adequately address the needs of the child and the rights of the parents is a… Read More »

Time Sharing After Divorce – How to Make it Work

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Time sharing, also referred to as shared parenting, is the most common way for divorced parents to raise their children. It may seem difficult to understand how people who were unable to get along while they were married are expected to make decisions for their children together. Yet that is what time sharing is… Read More »

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