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Can I Move to Another City or State if I Have Custody of My Children?

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Many people move to the state of Florida from other locations, perhaps seeking a warmer climate or more laid-back way of life. However, these same people often leave family and friends in other cities or states, to whom they wish to return at some point. A new job prospect or a new relationship might… Read More »

Summer Vacation Can Prove Difficult for a Child of Divorce

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

It’s summertime and school is out. Children across Florida are brimming with excitement about summer camps, sporting events, vacations and lazy afternoons by the neighborhood pool. But for some children, summertime creates feelings of anxiety as they struggle to cope with the changing dynamics of a family divorce. For these children, summer may mean… Read More »

What Does It Take to Relocate with Your Children from Florida?

By Vanessa L. Prieto |

Entering into a child custody agreement after a divorce places a number of restrictions on your ability to relocate your family, should the need arise in the future. The process for relocation in Florida follows strict criteria, which both custodial and non-custodial parents must follow. The best-case scenario for a relocation, in which both… Read More »