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  • Four Types of Child Custody You Should Know About
    Four Types of Child Custody You Should Know About

    There are primarily four types of child custodies in Florida. A Florida family law attorney will usually file under one of these categories in your case: Shared Parental Responsibility: This type of ...

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  • A Guide Related to Child Custody & Timesharing
    A Guide Related to Child Custody & Timesharing

    Child custody and timesharing can be among the most complicated issues during divorce. Divorced parents, split couples, and sometimes grandparents face the issue of child custody. Many people assume ...

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  • Questions to Ask your Lawyer Regarding Child Custody and Timesharing
    Questions to Ask your Lawyer Regarding Child Custody and Timesharing

    It can be difficult to separate from your spouse when children are involved. For both partners, it is important to know about all the aspects involved in the legal procedures of divorce, alimony, ...

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  • Infographic : What All Court Considers in the Case of Child Custody?
    Infographic : What All Court Considers in the Case of Child Custody?

    Child custody is certainly a serious issue for everyone. The couple who is opting for divorce usually head for child custody cases. However, terms and conditions for child custody are different for ...

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  • Reasons to Hire a Child Custody Lawyer
    Reasons to Hire a Child Custody Lawyer

    A child custody lawyer can help soon-to-be-divorced or separated parents in serving the best interests of their child by determining the most appropriate child custody and timesharing arrangement. ...

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  • Changes in Child Custody
    Changes in Child Custody

    In recent years, the notion of custody has considerably evolved which clearly reflects the changing views of society about family and child rearing and the court itself. In the past, custody was ...

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