Supporting Your Child Through a Custody Dispute

Divorce is typically a wrenching process, especially for the children involved. If the divorcing parents can’t agree on a child custody arrangement, the process is all the more grueling.                                         

At Orlando Family Team, we have more than two decades of experience helping clients throughout Central Florida guide their children...

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Strategies for Resolving Co-Parenting Disputes

Co-parenting after a divorce or after the end of a relationship can be challenging. The problems that led to the end of a romantic relationship can carry over into the co-parenting relationship. Feelings of ill will, hurt, and general animosity can be tough to shake. There can also be disagreements over parenting...

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Common Shared Custody Arrangements

Determining a shared custody schedule between you and your co-parent can be a real feat of mental and logistical gymnastics. We all have our own lives, our own schedules, and schedules for our children as well. Managing all of this between two people who are trying to co-parent can be a...

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Creating an Effective Parenting Plan

Regardless of whether co-parents are getting a divorce or have never been married, a parenting plan will be put in place outlining a number of important issues, including child custody arrangements. A parenting plan is an agreement setting forth details and parameters of the co-parenting arrangement. While parenting plans can be...

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What Must Be Included in a Florida Parenting Plan

You may have referred it to a custody agreement, but, here in Florida, custody agreements are referred to as “parenting plans.” A parenting plan is required in all child responsibility cases and outlines critical details relating to the parent’s rights and responsibilities in regard to raising their children. The parenting plan...

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Supervised Visits in a Child Custody Case

In some cases, a court may find that it is in the best interest of the child for the non-custodial parent to only visit with the child when supervised. Although this is rare, as it is a significant restriction on a parent’s access to the child, supervised visit arrangements are put in...

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When Can Child Custody Be Modified?

When making decisions regarding child custody, Florida courts do so in pursuit of an arrangement which protects and promotes the best interests of the child. The child’s best interests are the guiding factor in such determinations. In order to get a sense of what is in the best interests of the...

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