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Why joint custody often is the best arrangement

When Florida couples divorce, child custody often is one of their main issues. Both parents love the children, and neither wants to be the absentee parent who the children visit every other weekend and on alternating holidays. If at all possible, the parents should strongly consider joint custody after their divorce. Such arrangements began springing up across the country a few years ago, and today the prevailing opinion of state legislatures, divorce court judges, family law practitioners and child psychology experts is that joint custody benefits not only the children, but their parents as well.

When your former partner wants to relocate with your child

Separating from a former partner is almost always difficult, but there can be even more hurdles involved when the two of you share a Florida child and one of you wants to relocate. At the Law Office of Philip J. Schipani, we understand the state’s rules when it comes to relocating with a child, and we have helped many clients on both sides of the equation achieve solutions that meet their needs.

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