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Category Archives: child custody


Co-Parent Not Using Visitation Time: Options for Resolution

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

If you and your ex-spouse/co-parent already have a final custody order in place, including parenting plan details for drop-off/pick-ups of shared children, all your problems are over, right?  Just because an agreement has been filed with a court and a final order has been issued, doesn’t mean both parties will adhere to it. What… Read More »


Contested Child Custody

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Unfortunately for some families, the subject of divorce also means serious decisions regarding child custody. While some divorces are amicable, some are extremely tumultuous. Some parties sadly use the shared child as leverage in uncontested proceedings or over routine decisions like drop-off location or extracurricular activities. Divorce is a pivotal moment for many families…. Read More »


Sharing Child Custody in Florida? Five Tips to Help You Get Through the Coronavirus Epidemic

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

The coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting communities all around the world. The Florida Department of Health notes that nearly every county in the state has at least one confirmed case of COVID-19, with Hillsborough County being one of the hardest hit. While the virus presents challenges for nearly every family, it can be especially difficult… Read More »


An Overview of Religion and Child Custody in Florida

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Religion is an important part of life for many parents and families in Florida. Indeed, recent survey data finds that 75 percent of adults in the state identify with a particular religious faith. When parents separate, differences in religious views and practice can be a source of conflict. This raises an important question: Will… Read More »


Understanding Parental Alienation in Florida

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Parental alienation is a form of psychological manipulation whereby a child is “turned against” one of their parents. Put another way, it is a type of emotional abuse. In the worst cases, parental alienation has the potential to cause serious disruption to a family, damaging or even destroying relationships. Unfortunately, following a divorce or… Read More »


Your Guide to Virtual Visitation Rights in Florida

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Living separately from your children always presents some challenges. Although, with modern technology, parents have more options than ever to help them keep in close contact with their kids — regardless of where they live. To account for this change, Florida enacted a virtual visitation law. Also known as the electronic communication statute, this… Read More »

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Legal Challenges Same Sex Couples Can Face

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Although same sex marriage is now legal throughout the United States and same sex couples have all the same rights as heterosexual couples, society changes more slowly than the laws that govern it. As an individual and parent in a same sex relationship, you might face certain biases when working with the court system…. Read More »


Seeking Custody Of Your Grandchild

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Under most circumstances, a child’s legal parents are the only adults who have parental rights to him or her. This means they are the only people who have custody of the child and the rights that come with custody, like the right to access the child’s medical records and the right to determine who… Read More »


Creating A Parenting Plan For A Newborn

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

When a divorcing couple has minor children, a parenting plan is part of their divorce settlement. The children’s ages play an important role in determining an appropriate parenting plan and because of this, a parenting plan for a baby or toddler is much different from a parenting plan for an older child or a… Read More »


Adapting Your Parenting Plan For Summer Vacation

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

Summer vacation is right around the corner. If this is the first summer since your divorce, transitioning from the academic year to summer vacation with a parenting plan can be awkward for you and your children. How awkward it is depends on whether you already have a summer parenting plan in place and your… Read More »

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