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    Extreme Reaction to Child Custody Issues

    Posted on behalf of the firm on September 16, 2013

    When many married couples decide to end their marriage and seek a divorce, they do so amicably.  Decisions involving child custody and support, debt and asset division, and, if applicable, spousal support are made in a calm and respectful manner.  Unfortunately, not all divorces end amicably, especially when child custody issues are at stake. One [...]

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    Usher Will Keep Custody of His Two Sons

    Posted on behalf of the firm on August 18, 2013

    In 2009, R & B star Usher Raymond and his wife of two years, Tameka Foster Raymond, divorced.  After a lengthy child custody battle, Usher was awarded primary custody of his two young sons. Last week, Usher and his ex-wife were again in an Atlanta courtroom battling over custody of their two sons.  Tameka had [...]

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    Mother in Brazil Custody Dispute Heading Home to Massachusetts

    Posted on behalf of the firm on July 15, 2013

    Shauna Hadden and her six-year-old daughter Ava went to Brazil in late May for a three-week stay to allow the child to visit her father.  Unfortunately what was meant to be a amicable visit, turned into a an almost two-month-long battle to leave the country when Brazilian authorities confiscated their passports as part of a [...]

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    Rotating Child Custody

    Posted on behalf of the firm on December 9, 2012

    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 of the child is rotated [...]

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    Usher Wins Custody Fight for Sons

    Posted on behalf of the firm on August 28, 2012

    Who will raise the children is many times the most emotionally charged and highly contested issue of a divorce.  The best way to determine child custody is by a voluntary agreement  between the parents as this allows both parents to create a custody arrangement that best meets their and their children’s needs and desires.  However, [...]

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    Can Obesity Affect Child Custody?

    Posted on behalf of the firm on August 3, 2012

    There are many factors that are considered when determining the custody of a child during divorce proceedings.  To help a judge determine child custody, many states have added specific criteria when considering the best interests of the child.  Another criteria that is being added recently is whether and to what degree a child is eating [...]

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    Child Custody Cases and Religion

    Posted on behalf of the firm on July 31, 2012

    The divorce proceedings between Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise have brought religious differences in a marriage to the forefront.  Katie was raised as a Catholic and Tom belongs to the Church of Scientology.  While reading articles about the couple’s divorce, some writers hint at, or come right out and say, that the controversial Church of [...]

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    Virtual Visitation and Child Custody in Florida

    Posted on behalf of the firm on July 21, 2012

    In divorce cases that involve children, custody arrangements are made that makes it possible for both parents to actively take part in their children’s lives.  However, unseen events can occur, such as a job or military transfer, that makes it impossible for a non-custodial parent to physically be a part in his child’s life. Approximately [...]

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    Proposed Legislation Would Let Children Have More Than Two Parents

    Posted on behalf of the firm on July 19, 2012

    A child has two parents.  In today’s society, these parents can be a man and a woman, a man and a man, and a woman and a woman.  A California state legislator wants to add even more parents to a child’s life by proposing legislation that would eliminate the statutory limit of two parents per [...]

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    Millionaire Allows Teen Son to Marry to Avoid School

    Posted on behalf of the firm on July 14, 2012

    Divorce is both an emotional and stressful event in the lives of a couple and their children. When a divorce is contentious and there are issues over child custody, the divorce is even more difficult for all involved.  Parents have strong opinions concerning who should be granted physical and legal custody, and how their children [...]

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