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Category Archives: Time-Sharing


Your Rights in Making Decisions That Impact Your Child

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

As a parent, there are numerous decisions you make on a daily basis that have the potential to impact your child both now and in the years to come. It is not uncommon for parents who are divorced or otherwise no longer together to have major disagreements when it comes to these matters. Making… Read More »


Relocating With Your Child After a Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

In the aftermath of a divorce, making a fresh start and putting the past behind you is important. For some people, part of this process involves moving to a new city. Whether your move is motivated by a new job, wanting to be closer to other family members, or simply the desire to build… Read More »


Virtual Visitation and Other Forms of Electronic Communications in Child Time-Sharing Cases

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Children spend a lot of time on electronic devices and it is not uncommon for parents to complain about this or to limit their use. However, in child time sharing cases, the different types of technologies available can afford these same parents more ways to communicate. This can be particularly helpful when parenting plans… Read More »


When Emotional Abuse Is a Factor in Time-Sharing Proceedings

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

The safety and well-being of your children are primary concerns in cases involving child time sharing and parenting plan arrangements. Whether you are going through a divorce or are otherwise living apart from the other parent, you want to be sure they are willing and able to meet all of your child’s needs. Child… Read More »


How Important Is Your Past in Child Time-Sharing Proceedings

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

In any legal situation involving parents, the mere thought of losing your rights or being unable to spend adequate amounts of time with your child is enough to cause a panic. This is particularly true in child time sharing proceedings, where past behaviors can influence the future relationship with your child. It is important… Read More »


Children’s Rights in Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

When parents have relationship problems, children can suffer as a result. During the difficult process of going through a divorce and the ensuing child time sharing proceedings, your child’s feelings about the situation can easily end up being overshadowed by the conflict between you and your spouse and the stress you both are experiencing…. Read More »


How Child Time-Sharing Can Help Newly Divorce Parents in the Summer

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

For parents who end up filing for divorce, deciding how to handle arrangements regarding your children can be challenging. At any time of the year, it can take months simply to adjust to a child time sharing plan. It also takes plenty of practice in learning how to adjust to living in a one… Read More »


Four Common Child Time-Sharing Conflicts

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

If you are an unmarried parent or one going through the process of a divorce in Fort Lauderdale, you will likely find yourself involved in child time sharing proceedings. While the goal is to protect the best interests of children by ensuring each parent remains an active part of their lives, it can create… Read More »


Checklists for Florida Child Time-Sharing

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

For parents, the physical and emotional well being of their children is top priority. When going through child time-sharing proceedings, it is only natural to feel stressed about the potential outcome and concerned over the impact any agreements made could have on your child. Creating a checklist in advance of these proceedings can help… Read More »


Parental Alienation: When Parents Try to Turn Their Children Against Each Other

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Child time-sharing cases are among the most contested in the Florida family courts. While many people are able to put their personal feelings aside for the sake of the child’s best interests, there are some parents who attempt to use their influence over the child as a weapon against the other party. This is… Read More »