Florida Shared Parenting Law Now in Effect ~ It is time to file Parenting-Time Modifications

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Bill calls for equal child sharing in divorce | January 26, 2016 | Lloyd Dunkelberger | HT Politics

Rep. Tom Lee’s bill is one of three moving in the 2016 session that seek to revamp Florida laws impacting alimony

Florida Senate Passes SB 250 Shared Parenting Bill!

The measure (SB 250), sponsored by Sen. Tom Lee, R-Brandon calls for the presumption of shared parenting.

“As the parents enter the courthouse front door, that they are presumed to be equally good parents and it gives them the opportunity to make their case before a judge,” Lee said.

He said if the judge deviated from the 50-50 presumption the reasons would have to be explained in writing.

The Senate Judiciary Committee voted 7-3 for in favor of the bill. A huge victory for loving parents willing to share their children even after divorce and for children who love and need both parents!

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Corrupt Lawyers and the Absurd Legal Decisions in the Fraternal Order of Matrimonial Law Many critics of absolute judicial immunity would be less outraged by our inability to sue judges for…

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Divorce Corp. · Florida will look at alimony reform and shared parenting once again this legislative session. Are you familiar with the Senate and House bills? If so, what are your thoughts?florida-child-custody-law-2017

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Judge Judy has some choice words to say about using allegations of Domestic Violence as a sword – rather than a shield – to gain the upper hand in Child Custody.

“It’s so infuriating to me, because there are women who worked for decades to create a system where domestic violence is serious business, where people respond to it in a serious way, and when women use it as a weapon, and not a shield, it’s offensive to the system.”

Stand Up For Zoraya hopes to shed light on and reform an antiquated loopholes in our Legal Adversarial system in Family Law that degrades a father’s role.
Stand Up For Zoraya hopes to shed light on and reform an antiquated loopholes in our Legal Adversarial system in Family Law that degrades a father’s role.
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22 thoughts on “Florida Shared Parenting Law Now in Effect ~ It is time to file Parenting-Time Modifications

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  4. SB 250 is simply seeking equality. For decades women have been screaming that they want equality, well here it is. You (myself included) are no longer supreme in the courts eyes. Men want to be with the children they equally created. They no longer want to be abused by women, having their children and they love form them held against them. Fight for father’s rights!!!!!!!!!

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