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Tips for Child Visitation During a Pandemic
The pandemic has left many people out of work and schools closed, and families are scrambling to figure out how to take care of their children. Parents need to be aware of the current rules and guidelines for coronavirus while staying within the parameters of visitation in their divorce orders. It is important to try to maintain some type of order and routine for your children, even during these uncertain times. Both parents have concerns about the health and well-being of their children, particularly when they are away from their immediate care. Here are some tips to help make visitation safe and comfortable during the pandemic. Discuss Coronavirus Guidelines Parents should discuss the coronavirus guidelines and come to an agreement over the rules they will put in place during this time. Both parents should be on the same page when it comes to how they handle their childcare. The same set of rules.
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What is Parental Time-Sharing?
The decision for married parents to end their marriage is never an easy one. Both parents have likely played major roles in their child’s life and changes are imminent. In Florida, both parents are expected to continue to be part of their child’s life following a divorce. Generally, both parents have equal responsibility for their child’s safety and well-being. Children should spend time with both parents. Parental time-sharing is a term that has replaced the word “custody.” In the past, custody was awarded to one parent in a divorce, while the other had visitation rights. Parental Time-Sharing Today, the courts recognize that both parents share equal responsibility for their children and both need to spend time with their kids. Time-sharing is an arrangement that provides a schedule that parents follow for spending time with their children following a divorce. This arrangement is also sometimes called joint parenting or.
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Can I Relocate With My Child After a Divorce?
Going through a divorce is a challenging experience for everyone in the family. Following a divorce, you may consider making some life changes. One of the changes may be to move out of the area. You may want to take a job in another city, or you might prefer to move closer to your family. If you have shared parenting of your children, picking up and moving is not always easy. You will need to get approval from the other parent and/or the court if you want to relocate with your child. What is Relocation? When you simply want to move across town, you will not need permission from the courts or from the other parent. However, if you want to move further than 50 miles away, Florida statutes consider it relocation. Relocation applies when a parent will move further away than 50 miles and plans to stay.
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