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Category Archives: Timesharing

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What’s the Right of First Refusal in Florida Parenting Plans?

By Greater Orlando Family Law |

Many divorced parents who create a parenting plan are confused about the so-called “right of first refusal” provision. What is the right of first refusal, and what role does it play in parenting plans? What’s the right of first refusal? The right of first refusal is often included in parenting plans signed by divorced… Read More »

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Can I Request a Psychological Evaluation of My Ex-Spouse?

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If you are concerned over your former spouse’s mental health during divorce proceedings, you may wonder whether you can request a psychological evaluation of your ex-partner. Mental health concerns in child custody cases It is common for child custody disputes to involve one parent questioning the other parent’s mental stability. Cases involving psychological evaluations… Read More »

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When is Supervised Visitation Necessary in Florida’s Custody Cases?

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Supervised visitation is when a non-custodial parent is only allowed to visit with the child when supervised by another individual, usually a family member or social worker. Many people do not understand the difference between supervised visitation and supervised exchanges. Supervised exchanges are ordered by the court to prevent high-conflict interactions between the two… Read More »

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Can You Be Punished for ‘Parental Kidnapping’ in Your Florida Child Custody Case?

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Unfortunately, the term “parental kidnapping” is becoming more widespread in child custody cases in Florida. In some cases, divorced or separated parents can face legal consequences for parental kidnapping when they intentionally take their children away from the other parent without permission or court order. However, there are also situations in which a parent… Read More »

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Things to Consider When Creating a Long-Distance Parenting Plan

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Most parents create a parenting plan after getting divorced or ending a relationship involving children. However, when one parent relocates to a different state or country for work-related or other reasons, adhering to a standard parenting plan or timesharing can be problematic. For this reason, parents who have a significant distance between them opt… Read More »

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