Best Interests of a Child During a Divorce

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The best way to secure your child’s future in case of a divorce is to make a deal with your spouse, one that will allow both of you to spend time with your child frequently. Only by having both parents in his life will the child grow up without any psychological or emotional “consequences”. Fort Lauderdale Divorce Attorney Gustavo E. Francs advises you to seek legal representation if you suspect that your spouse won’t agree to co-parenting and shared custody.

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Best Interests of a Child During a Divorce

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Did you know that 27 of depressed teenagers in Florida come from divorced parents Also out of 10 teenagers from divorced parents 5 have learning disabilities 7 are “socially awkward” and 9/10 of them are emotionally unavailable. It is a result of a traumatic and exhausting divorce. They never wanted it yet are forced to deal with it.

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If you ask a child which parent they love more most if not all will reply that they love both parents equally. Children should never be forced to choose between one of the parents. They grow up loving both parents equally and that is something that should never change. Forcing them to love one parent more or hate the other will only create confusion. Maintaining Frequent Contact With Both Parents

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The best way to secure your child’s future in case of a divorce is to make a deal with your spouse one that will allow both of you to spend time with your child frequently. Only by having both parents in his life will the child grow up without any psychological or emotional “consequences”. Fort Lauderdale Divorce Attorney advise you to seek legal representation if you suspect that your spouse won’t agree to co-parenting and shared custody.

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This is the first thing judges take into consideration when granting custody of a child. If there is any record of sexual or any other type of abuse or violence by one of the parents that parent will lose custody of the child. Also if any of the parents have a criminal record or were charged with the offense for carrying a deadly weapon or for possession of marijuana or other illegal products that parent will lose custody of the child. Safety and Health

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It is important to consult with Divorce Attorney in Fort Lauderdale to have your situation evaluated. Perhaps you think that you will lose custody and thus you refuse to oppose your spouse at court. Best attorneys would advise you otherwise instead of giving up give a chance to represent you and they may turn the tables in your favor. Maybe you are missing something or are unaware of a particular detail during a divorce.

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When it comes to Co-parenting Florida Law requires every parent to create a parenting plan if they are to spend time with a minor child. The plan must be approved by the court and must include the following: ● Shared responsibilities and daily parenting tasks ● Child’s time-sharing schedule ● Methods that parents will use to communicate with the child ● Who will be responsible for the child’s health care ● Who will be responsible for the child’s education-related matters ● Designated address for school registration and other activities Parenting Plans and Co-Parenting

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Phone:- 954-297-6546 Toll Free: 1-866-435-4172 200 SE 6th St 402 Fort Lauderdale FL 33301 https://www.lauderdaledefense.com/Contact.shtml Contact The Law Office Of Gustavo E Frances PA

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