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Legal Challenges Same Sex Couples Can Face

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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 »

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What To Do When Your Medical Marijuana Use Spurs False Accusations

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Cannabis has been proven to relieve pain and help patients manage symptoms related to anxiety, addiction, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Following these medical breakthroughs, many states have legalized cannabis for medical use. If you are a medical marijuana patient in Florida, your medical treatment should not impact your parenting plan. But a vindictive… Read More »

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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 »

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Thinking Of Adopting Your Stepchild? Here Are A Few Reasons Why You Should

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

When an individual with one or more children remarries, his or her new spouse may have the option to adopt the children. This is possible only if the children’s other biological parent consents to the adoption or if his or her parental rights are terminated – a child can only have two legal parents…. Read More »

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Creating A Parenting Plan For A Newborn

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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 »

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Adapting Your Parenting Plan For Summer Vacation

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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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As a Grandparent, What Are My Rights?

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Grandparents’ rights are part of family law statutes in every state. Some states grant grandparents more rights than others, while some are extremely strict about the circumstances under which grandparents can pursue visitation and custody of their grandchildren. Florida is fairly specific about when and how grandparents can exercise their rights to their grandchildren…. Read More »

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How Is My Child Support Spent?

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

If you are a divorced parent, you likely have a child support order in place. This is to ensure that your child receives an appropriate level of financial support from both of his or her parents. Child support can be used to cover any expense related to raising a child. As long as it… Read More »

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How Much Does My Child’s Preference About His Or Her Timesharing Plan Matter?

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

When a couple with children divorces, a child custody arrangement is an important part of their divorce settlement. In Florida, the term “custody” is not generally used anymore. Instead, courts refer to the child’s schedule in each parent’s home as his or her timesharing schedule and each parent’s role as his or her parental… Read More »

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Custody and Visitation Rights for Non-Parent Relatives

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

In the normal course of life, parents are the primary caretakers of their child. While other family members may assist with childcare, most of the formative information a child receives as part of growing up comes from his/her parents. The law reflects the desire for such an arrangement by focusing child custody matters on… Read More »

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