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Category Archives: timesharing

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Parallel Parenting: What It Is and How It Can Work for You

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

In cases of divorce or in situations where an unmarried couple is no longer together, hard feelings about the other person and the relationship can prove difficult to overcome. Unfortunately, if there are children involved, cutting the other person out of your life entirely is likely impossible. In these situations, creating child time sharing… Read More »

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Violations of Child Time-Sharing Orders

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

When it comes to matters impacting your children and your relationship with them, your top priority is to ensure your rights and their best interests are protected. If the other parent is not holding up their end of the deal in terms of child time sharing arrangements or if they are engaging in conduct… Read More »

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Should Children Be Involved in the Parenting Time Process?

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Decisions regarding child time-sharing and parenting time are rarely easy. Depending on the circumstances, it may require months of negotiations between you, the other parent, and each of your attorneys before an agreement can be reached. In some situations, parents never can work out differences, and a family court judge must issue an order… Read More »

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Making Plans for Your Child’s School Break During Divorce Proceedings

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

There is never a good time to go through a divorce. If you have children, school breaks over the summer months can be particularly hard. In addition to learning to adjust to life single, you have the added pressure of making sure they are kept busy and provided for. The good news is that… Read More »

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Protecting Your Rights as a Grandparent When Adult Children Get Divorced

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Going through a divorce takes a toll on both of the spouses as well as on other family members. In the event there are children involved, parenting plans and child time sharing proceedings will be required as well. In making these plans, grandparents are often left out of the equation. The following are some… Read More »

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Help Your Child Adjust to Time Sharing Arrangements

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Going through the breakup of their parents’ marriage can be traumatic for children, causing them to act out in a variety of ways. At the same time, it is important to bear in mind that continuing to live with two parents who either constantly fight or struggle to suppress their hostility toward one another… Read More »

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How to Increase Your Chances of Success in Child Time Sharing Proceedings

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Issues concerning children are among the most sensitive dealt with in the Florida family court. Decisions made in these types of proceedings can impact your rights as a parent and your relationship with your child now and in the years to come. If you are involved in a child time sharing dispute with the… Read More »

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Beware Social Media in Divorce and Timesharing Cases

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

For so many of us, checking in and posting updates on social media is a daily activity. You may use it to increase your professional network and to promote your business or brand, or you may simply enjoy it as a way to pass the time and keep up with family and friends. In… Read More »

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Gaining Child Time Sharing Rights through a Paternity Order

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

As increasing numbers of children are born out of wedlock, it leaves biological fathers in somewhat of a dilemma. If the mother did not list you on the birth certificate, you will have to go to court to prove you are the child’s father. Even if you are listed as being the biological father,… Read More »

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How New 2018 Laws Could Impact Child Time-Sharing Plans

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

The new year has brought a new round of laws in Florida that are effective as of January 1, 2018.   While most deal with issues relating to property, taxes, and pension plans which could potentially impact those going through a divorce, there is a new law that could be a concern for parents receiving… Read More »