Tag Archives: Florida Parenting Plans
Do I Need a Parenting Plan?
The divorce process in Florida can be complicated and frustrating, especially when there are minor children from the marriage, but it can be easier and less contentious with the help of a family lawyer who has experience with collaborative divorce. Many couples in Orlando who are just beginning the divorce process have friends and… Read More »
Creating an Effective Parenting Plan During your Collaborative Divorce
If you have chosen to end your marriage through the collaborative divorce process, you are in the driver’s seat when it comes to your divorce. Rather than having the court make the decisions , the people making the decisions regarding the issues in your case are you and your spouse with the guidance and… Read More »
How Can I Change my Parenting Timesharing Agreement?
When a couple with children divorces, a parenting timesharing agreement is typically part of the divorce settlement. This agreement is based on the child’s best interest and in nearly all cases, is created with the intention of maintaining a consistent relationship between the child and both of his or her parents following the divorce…. Read More »
Make your Teen’s Transition to College Painless as a Divorced Parent
Although your son or daughter is no longer a child, you are not finished being his or her parent. After your divorce, you learned how to co-parent effectively. Now, as your child finishes high school and moves on to college, you and your former spouse have new challenges to face. Issues to Work Out… Read More »