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Tag Archives: Florida Time Sharing

Parental Alienation In Florida Child Custody Cases

By Steve W. Marsee |

Parental alienation is a process of emotional manipulation by which a child is turned against one of their parents. Parental alienation is emotional abuse, it often has a major negative impact on the well being of the affected child. It also has a deep impact on the victimized parent. Parental alienation most frequently occurs… Read More »

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Understanding Child Custody in Florida

By Steve W. Marsee |

Child custody can be an emotional subject for soon-to-be divorcing parents. Nevertheless, it is important for you to understand how courts view timesharing in order to be better prepared to handle this matter during your Florida divorce. If you or someone you know is having child custody issues with a former spouse – or… Read More »

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Florida Alimony Reform Still Being Pushed

By Steve W. Marsee |

Last November, a House bill aimed at reforming and consolidating Florida’s alimony rules cleared the first House panel. The bill, entitled HB 455, passed muster through the Civil Justice Subcommittee across party lines and is sponsored by State Representative Colleen Burton (R). This most recent push by the Florida legislature is the third one… Read More »

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Is There A Set Age in Which a Child Can Choose Which Parent to Live With?

By Steve W. Marsee |

It is a question commonly asked by divorced or divorcing couples – when will my child be old enough to decide which parent her or she wants to live with? The reason behind this inquiry can vary, as sometimes the noncustodial parent wants the child to live with them or the child asks to… Read More »

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