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Are Mothers More Likely to Get Child Custody During a Florida Divorce?

By Crystal C. Spencer |

The laws in Florida have changed in recent years concerning divorce and custody of children. Traditionally, Florida family courts relied on the “tender years” doctrine that favored the mother in considering child custody. It was assumed the mother was better to fill the role as the primary caregiver during a child’s early years, that… Read More »

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Do Children Have a Say in the Custody Conversation in Florida?

By Crystal C. Spencer |

The issue of who ends up with the kids after a divorce if often the source of dispute among parents. Emotions can run high, and there can be heated disagreements about child custody. In Florida, “child custody” has been replaced with terms such as “parental responsibility” and “time sharing”. Parenting responsibility is the decision-making… Read More »

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