Developing a Parenting Plan

Developing a Parenting Plan

Under Florida law, it’s necessary to have a parenting plan when you have children and are getting a divorce. Co-parents will submit this plan to the courts detailing the rights and responsibilities of each parent for the entirety of your child’s eighteen years. ...
How to Add a Father to a Birth Certificate in Florida

How to Add a Father to a Birth Certificate in Florida

Single mothers are often confronted with whether they would like the father’s name on the birth certificate. If you did not list the father’s name on the birth certificate immediately after the birth, however, there are ways to add his name later in the state of...
Uncontested Adoption vs. Contested Adoption

Uncontested Adoption vs. Contested Adoption

It’s common for stepparents to want to adopt their stepchild. In fact, this is the most common form of adoption. Once the process is complete, the stepparent will have the same rights as the biological parents. This process isn’t necessarily easy, especially if the...
Legal Custody vs. Physical Custody

Legal Custody vs. Physical Custody

As you work through a divorce, the topic of children and custody is bound to come up. It doesn’t help when two seemingly similar terms are brought up – legal custody and physical custody.  Determining a custody agreement is one of the more critical aspects of a...
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