Co-Parenting Schedules – Six Common 50/50 Options

Successfully co-parenting a child following a separation or dissolution of marriage is fraught with challenges for parents and children. Many variables often come into play. These include emotions, communications between

What Happens if I Keep My Children Past My Approved Visitation Time

In our last article, we talked about holiday travel and time-sharing issues associated with Covid-19, and the best ways to go about navigating those tricky obstacles during these challenging times.


The fall and winter holidays are a magical time of year for many. After all, these are the times of year when we travel to get together with family and

10 Tips For Successful Co-Parenting

Co-parenting a child following a separation or dissolution of marriage is often challenging for both parents and children. There are many factors that come into play including strong emotions, how

How to Create a Parenting Plan 

If you’re going through a divorce where custody of children will be determined by the court, you and your spouse need to create and submit a parenting plan.  A parenting

Reasons to Hire a Jacksonville Family Law Attorney

Family law attorneys handle family-related issues, represent clients in a divorce, as well as the issues related to divorce including alimony, child custody, and child support. Divorces are not only

Father’s Rights – A Broward County Father Wins Against Antiquated Law

In what as seen as a victory for father’s rights in the state of Florida, a recent ruling will bring about change. According to a very old law, in the

Summer Fun Close to Home

School is out for the summer and many of my friends and clients are making fun plans for activities to do with their children. Florida is a state with so

Family Time: Getting Back to Nature

It is February in North Florida, and the weather is beautiful: no longer cold, yet still cool before the heat of summer arrives. Now is the perfect time to consider

Giving Presence During the Holidays

The holidays can be stressful- as there are so many events to attend, so much shopping to do, and so many people we want to see. But a recent NPR