Tag Archives: Fort Lauderdale Child Custody Lawyer
Why Can’t My Prenup Cover Child Support Or Custody?
Florida law permits the existence of prenuptial agreements, or prenups, so as to protect the assets and well-being of both people who enter into a marriage. However, there are certain family law issues that are not permitted to be addressed within a prenup. The most commonly seen is the issue of child custody, with… Read More »
Child Custody Laws Questioned in Advocacy Group’s Report Card
Are the Florida statutes friendly to parents who want to have equal time with their children after a divorce? A recent “report card,” created by the National Parents Organization, said that Florida can do better in its child custody laws. The advocacy group that drafted the report card aims to preserve bond between parents… Read More »
Abiding By Child Custody Court Orders
Do Florida Laws Need to Change When it Comes to Child Custody? According to a recent article in the Tampa Bay Times, current child custody laws in Florida may need to be revised. What’s the problem? In short, parents aren’t always sticking to the custody orders put in place by a judge, and there’s… Read More »