PLANNING FOR SUMMER VACATIONS IN A PARENTING TIME-SHARING PLAN

 School’s almost over, which means the joys and angst of summer are in the air. The joys of no homework  (for both kids and parents). Angst for divorced or separated parents, as both parents and their families want to spend as much time as possible with their children. And without...

TEMPORARY ALIMONY IN FLORIDA: WHAT, WHEN AND HOW MUCH

Temporary Alimony: What is it? Temporary alimony refers to financial support that a court can grant to either spouse while a divorce case is ongoing, prior to the final judgment. When is it awarded? (more…)

Mastering Holiday Journeys When Divorced or Co-Parenting: Keeping the Joy in the Holidays

It's the day after Halloween; the holiday decorations are going up, and holiday visits are being planned. Or negotiated. Or fought over. Too often, holiday travel comes with its own unique set of challenges. These challenges are magnified for separated or divorced parents, with both families aiming to create treasured...

PLANNING FOR SUMMER VACATIONS IN A PARENTING TIME-SHARING PLAN

 School’s almost over which means the joys and angst of summer are in the air. The joys of no homework  (for both kids and parents). Angst for divorced or separated parents, as both parents and their families, want to spend as much time as possible with their children.  And without...

HOW MUCH TIME WILL I GET WITH MY CHILDREN AFTER DIVORCE OR SEPARATION*

(*IT IS NO LONGER CALLED “CUSTODY” IN FLORIDA) When minor children are involved, whether in a dissolution of marriage (divorce) case or in a paternity case, decisions must be made for how the parents will share time with them. The term “custody” is no longer used in Florida law; the...