Nix Law, P.A.
Nix Law, P.A. Orlando Family Law For Men
Make Your Next Step The Right One
Call 407-674-0849
To speak with attorney Mikaela Nix.
Call or Email Today! email

Posts tagged "Fathers' Rights"

Parent alienation and reunification therapy

There may be Florida residents who can benefit from learning more about some of the current issues associated with parent alienation and reunification therapy. If one parent can convince a judge that the other is attempting to alienate their child and hinder their relationship, the court may be compelled to order the children to participate in reunification therapy. Parent alienation syndrome was introduced in the 1980s, and there have been several cases affecting American families across all economic classes.

Frozen embryos after divorce

For divorcing parents in Florida, child custody issues can be contentious. However, advances in fertility treatments sometimes make divorce settlements even more complicated. Some couples, faced with possible infertility, choose to create and freeze embryos that they can use to start a family at a future date. One significant difficulty that comes up is when a couple divorces before using the embryos.

R&B singer Chris Brown seeks joint custody of daughter

Fathers in Florida might follow the example of singer Chris Brown, who has begun a fight for joint custody of his daughter. Facing increased requests for child support from the child's mother, Brown has begun the process of making his paternity official. After establishing his paternity rights, he will be able to petition a court to settle his child support disputes.

Shared parenting approach gaining steam

In Florida and around the United States, the shared parenting movement is an approach to child custody determinations that is being promoted by many groups. Shared parenting focuses on the idea that it is in the best interests of children for their divorced parents to share time and responsibilities as equally as possible.

Seeking custody of just one of multiple children

Parents of minor children who go through a divorce in Florida may have family situations that warrant creative solutions. In most cases, all children of the marital union will live with the spouse granted primary custody. Occasionally, as circumstances change, some may wish to live with the other parent instead.

Advocating for Florida fathers in child custody disputes

Though Florida courts have in recent years increased their recognition of fathers' rights, there is still some bias against fathers in some areas of family law. Despite the importance of their roles in their children's lives, men may still have trouble getting shared or sole custody of their children without experienced legal advocates on their side.

The importance of the primary caretaker designation

Determining which parent is the 'primary caretaker" of a child can be an important factor in many custody decisions that are made in Florida during divorce proceedings. When parents are unable to agree on a custody arrangement outside of court, a judge will often give preference to the parent that is found to be the primary caretaker.

Addressing fathers' rights in Florida

As a father, you may be concerned that family courts in the state will be predisposed to favor your child's mother in custody and support decisions. Although there may be biases at times, there is also an understanding that a child may benefit from the ability to develop a meaningful relationship with both parents. The ability to articulate the significance of this relationship as it relates to your child's development may be helpful in obtaining an outcome that ensures your continued involvement in your child's life.

Determining the best interests of the child in Florida

Although there is no standard definition of the best interests of the child, there are certain factors that a court will look at. Generally, if possible, the court will not want to remove a child from his or her parents. The court will also make a ruling that ensures the safety of the child while putting the him or her into a permanent home setting as soon as possible.

Shared parenting in Florida

The custody plan of a child after a divorce in Florida can be decided in a court. The judge can order a visitation arrangement based on the needs of the child and the parents' abilities to care for the child. There are some issues surrounding child custody for both parents to keep in mind. The child can spend an equal amount of time with the father and mother or one parent may have full custody if the judge sees fit.

Like Us And Share On Facebook

Watch Our Video

Schedule A Consultation

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Email Us For A Response
Nix Law, P.A. Orlando Family Law For Men

Nix Law, P.A.
496 Delaney Avenue
Suite 404
Orlando, FL 32801

Phone: 407-674-0849
Fax: 407-429-3890
Orlando Law Office Map