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Vacationing with Children after Divorce

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

Vacations, i.e., time away from the distractions and demands of work, school, and other obligations, are important for family bonding in general, but especially crucial for parents trying to juggle the strictures of a time-sharing schedule into the mix. A child custody order must include a parenting plan that outlines how decision-making responsibilities will… 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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Divorced Parents and Relocating

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

The logistics involved with adhering to a parenting time schedule is bound to challenge any parent at some point. Divorced parents do have an interest in ensuring their child has regular contact with an ex-spouse, but the realities of transporting the child between both households can, and probably will, create difficulties from time-to-time. This… 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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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 »

Navigating the Holidays as a Divorced Parent

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

As much as the holidays are about spending time with family and friends, they also involve a lot of stress and hectic running from place to place. It often feels like there is not enough time to fit in everything, and losing track of scheduled obligations and promised attendance at holiday events is not… 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 »

Relocating with a Child May Require More than Hiring Movers

By Lynette Silon-Laguna |

The world is now a smaller place due to advances in technology that allow us to travel faster and stay in constant communication. One significant byproduct of this change is people are much more mobile today compared with previous generations. Moving for a job or a change in lifestyle is now considered normal, and… 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 »

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 »

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