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Category Archives: Child Custody Visitation

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5 Timesharing and Custody Mistakes to Avoid in Florida

By Donna Hung Law Group |

In almost every divorce case involving children, the timesharing schedule tends to be the most complicated and disputed issue. Most courts in Orlando and other cities across Florida want children to spend as much time as possible with both parents following their divorce or separation unless one of the parents is deemed unfit or… Read More »

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How to Prove That Your Ex-Spouse is an Unfit Parent in a Florida Child Custody Case?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

In Florida, courts must determine whether both parents are fit to be parents before issuing a child custody order. A parent’s fitness plays a major role in custody cases in Orlando and elsewhere in Florida. If you believe that the other parent is unfit to be a parent following your divorce or separation, consult… Read More »

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COVID-19: If Your Child Gets Sick, Can You Make Medical Decisions Without the Other Parent?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

The coronavirus pandemic has made many divorced parents wonder, “Can I make medical decisions regarding my child’s health without consulting the other parent?” The answer depends on your current child custody arrangement. Types of Parental Responsibility and Decision-Making Typically, Florida courts recognize three parental responsibility options that impact the parents’ medical decision-making abilities: Shared… Read More »

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COVID-19: Can a Parent Withhold Child Visitation if the Other Parent is a Frontline Responder?

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Many of those on the front lines of the battle against the coronavirus disease, including doctors, nurses, and first responders, have children, and many of them are divorced parents. But can the other parent, who is not on the front lines, withhold child visitation or take your children away from you just because you… Read More »

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A Quick Guide to Child Relocation for the Moving and Non-Moving Parents in Florida

By Donna Hung Law Group |

Florida’s family law courts treat relocation rather seriously. In the Sunshine State, a parent with custody who wants to move a child more than 50 miles away for over 60 days must inform the other parent and obtain consent. If the other parent refused to give his or her consent, the relocating parent must… Read More »