Monthly Archives: December 2012

Parental Alienation

The divorce process is a particularly emotional and stressful time for all involved.  A parent’s divorce can be a very damaging process for a child, one that is made even more so when one or both parent(s) do not take the child’s emotional well-being into consideration by attempting to cause...

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Seminole County Firefighter Arrested for Domestic Violence

A Winter Springs man is behind bars for allegedly attempting to strangle his girlfriend, and for also pointing a loaded gun at her head and threatening to kill her. Winter Springs police arrested Dean Erlandson, a Seminole County firefighter, for domestic violence after he was accused of beating his girlfriend....

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Rotating Child Custody

The child custody laws in Florida always have the best interests of the children involved in the divorce as the number one priority.  Several types of child custody arrangements are allowed and one of these is rotating custody. In a rotating physical custody arrangement, both the physical and legal custody...

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Husband Secretly Divorces Wife

When a marriage lasts for over three decades, one tends to think the relationship must be a happy, committed one to endure the ups and downs of marriage for so long.  Unfortunately, this is not always the case as one New York widow discovered upon the death of her husband....

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