Florida, is it time to relocate?

On November 10, 2011, in Custody, Divorce, General Family Law, Visitation, by Brent Rose

If you’re looking at this post, you probably know that the Florida legislature changed the rules for permanently relocating children a few years ago.  Now, the parent wishing to move the child has to follow a strict set a rules, give notice to the “noncustodial parent” (I know we don’t use that term now, that’s […]

The other parent won’t give you visitation

On May 21, 2010, in Visitation, by Brent Rose

There’s something I like about both the NRA and the ACLU. I know they’re such different organizations. One is considered very liberal, the other very conservative. But they have one thing in common: they don’t sit back and expect their rights to simply be handed to them. They fight for their rights. If they think […]

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