Judge Orders Date For Husband Accused Of Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is a serious issue but, sometimes, there is more to a story than the charges levied against the parties. A recent news story from South Florida revealed that a perceptive judge can take inventive approaches in situations when there may be a chance to save a marriage. The news story was detailed in […]

Florida Court of Appeal Rules That Both Mothers Have Rights

Florida’s Fifth District Court of Appeal, located in Daytona Beach, FL, recently ruled on a landmark case involving the minor child of two lesbian mothers. The ruling from the Court can be found here. This case was the first case of its kind to be argued in any Court of Appeal in Florida and resulted […]

Can I Relocate With My Child? Part V

Part I of “Can I Relocate With My Child?” detailed Florida Statute §61.13001 a statute deals with “Parental relocation with a child.” In Part I, we detailed both relocation by agreement and the beginning requirements of relocation by petition. Part I can be found here. In Part II, we detailed, more specifically, relocation by petition […]

Can I Relocate With My Child? Part IV

Part I of “Can I Relocate With My Child?” detailed Florida Statute §61.13001 a statute deals with “Parental relocation with a child.” In Part I, we detailed both relocation by agreement and the beginning requirements of relocation by petition. Part I can be found here. In Part II, we detailed, more specifically, relocation by petition […]

Can I Relocate With My Child? Part III

Last week’s Part I of “Can I relocate with my child?” detailed Florida Statute §61.13001 a statute deals with “Parental relocation with a child.” In Part I, we detailed both relocation by agreement and the beginning requirements of relocation by petition. Part I can be found here. In Part II, we detailed, more specifically, relocation […]