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The Florida child relocation law requires a custodial parent who wants to move a child more than 50 miles notify the non-custodial parent of a proposed relocation by sending a Notice of Intent to Relocate.

Your Notice of Intent to Relocate must be sent to the other parent before you move. The Notice is a specific form and must include:

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If children are involved in your divorce in Florida you are probably concerned about child custody and visitation. The State of Florida has one overriding factor in child custody issues: What are the best interests of the children? This should also be the main concern of the parents. Divorce in Florida can be a traumatic experience for children and every effort should be made to reduce the emotional effect on them. You may be getting a divorce from your spouse but you will always be a parent.

In 2008 Florida divorce laws were changed drastically regarding child custody. The terms custody, visitation, primary residential parent and secondary residential parent were replaced by shared parental responsibility, time sharing and parenting plans. The courts were overwhelmed by parents fighting to be designated the primary residential parent. Florida divorce laws now encourage equal responsibility for all decisions that need to be made in a child’s life.

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What is Dissolution of Marriage?

As a certified Supreme Court family law mediator and experienced expert in matters of divorce, I have found it has become more and more common where couples are seeking to file papers outside of court. According to recently published figures by the Palm Beach County Clerks office, there has never been a time when so many couples were filing papers for their own divorce and doing the paperwork without using lawyers.

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Whenever there is a divorce, most likely, women hardly ever consider joint custody, just because they now hate the person that they used to love. So, why does the child have to be punished with the dispute of winning child custody between both parties?

The reason is simple and clear. If both parties understood child custody laws, arguments over it wouldn’t be an issue, because it will be much easier to react quickly throughout the process and know the necessary steps to take.

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