Can Grandparents Get Visitation Rights?

Posted on : March 17, 2020
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Grandparents can be a source of love, a familial bond, and stability for a child. This connection is important, but often with family legal matters, grandparents — and other extended family members — may lose connection with the child. Typically it up to the parent unless other circumstances exist. Here’s what you need to know [Read More]
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How Long Do I Have To Pay Child Support?

Posted on : January 20, 2020
Child Support Attorney for Collier County, Kevyn Noonan Hayes
Questions Relating To Child Support Before a divorce is even set in motion, those considering going their separate ways may have a multitude of questions relating to the support of their children. The single and central point of concern for most parents is the future and wellbeing of their children.  How much child support will [Read More]
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How Does Florida Handle Interstate Custody Matters?

Posted on : October 30, 2019
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Child custody cases are often complex and wrought with emotion. When you’re dealing with two sets of state laws, this can compound the situation. Where to file is a question that comes up often. Here’s what you should know about how Florida handles family law cases involving children, including interstate custody issues, and where/how to [Read More]
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What Is Temporary Child Custody?

Posted on : August 26, 2019
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In matters of child time-sharing, it may take time to determine how time-sharing with the parents should be awarded. Many factors go into making this decision, but during the pendency of the case,  the child must live with one parent or both. This is when a temporary parenting plan is typically ordered. What is a [Read More]
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Are Home Paternity Tests Admissible in Florida Family Courts?

Posted on : June 24, 2019
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Paternity testing is necessary in many types of family law cases, including child custody, visitation, and child support cases when the parties are not married. It is important to understand the different types of paternity tests available, what can and can’t be admitted into a Florida family court, and how to get legal help when [Read More]
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Tips for Successful Co-Parenting During and After Divorce

Posted on : November 28, 2017
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Tips for Successful Co-Parenting During and After Divorce   There are many different reasons why you should prepare yourself for co-parenting with your former spouse. When possible, it’s often recommended, and it will  allow your children to maintain a positive relationship with both parents. The more you can minimize issues between you and your former [Read More]
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