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  • April is Parental Alienation Awareness Month in Brevard County
    April is Parental Alienation Awareness Month in Brevard County

    A Florida advocate for father's rights has succeeded in bringing more awareness to the problem of parental alienation in Brevard County. The Brevard County School Board has established April as ...

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  • Bird Nest Custody May Truly Be in the Best Interest of Your Child
    Bird Nest Custody May Truly Be in the Best Interest of Your Child

    Historically, child custody arrangements have involved kids behing shuttled between one parent's home and another's. A new type of custody arrangement, bird nesting, is quickly becoming popular ...

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  • What Is a Parenting Agreement and What Happens If It's Violated?
    What Is a Parenting Agreement and What Happens If It's Violated?

    While, in the media, we hear a lot about those few custody cases that have gotten heated, there are plenty of other ones that are either resolved through mediation or some other type of collaboration. ...

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  • Grandparents Charged with International Child Abduction in Miami
    Grandparents Charged with International Child Abduction in Miami

    The former in-laws of a Texas physician who, for five years has been trying to win back custody of his American-born son, were arrested at Miami International Airport on Wednesday, Feb. 7. The ...

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  • Research Shows That True Joint Custody Between Parents Is Best
    Research Shows That True Joint Custody Between Parents Is Best

    Research into what type of child custody arrangement is in the best interest of the child has been stepped up over the past 50 years. During the 1970s, a child's mother was given most of the leeway in ...

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  • Do You Have a Case for a Good Fortune Child Support Adjustment?
    Do You Have a Case for a Good Fortune Child Support Adjustment?

    When people typically request adjustments or modifications to child support, it has to do with a decrease in income. Losing a job, retiring, getting sick and many other factors can impact how much a ...

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