Faculty Member: Ginger L. Dugan, Florida Family Lawyer
Facilitator: Diana Shepherd, CDFA®, Editorial Director and Co-Founder of Divorce Magazine
In a divorce, parents will either have to negotiate a custody agreement or agree to a court judgment. In this podcast, family lawyer Ginger L. Dugan discusses questions that are frequently asked by parents who are dealing with issues related to child custody in Florida. More
Ginger L. Dugan, attorney at All Family Law Group, P.A., practices all areas of family law, including divorce, child custody, and modifications. With over 10 years of experience, Ginger has won awards and accolades in her field, and is a fierce advocate for her clients.
This session will discuss:
- how a court decides where the children will live in a divorce
- what shared parental responsibility is and whether it’s the same thing as joint custody
- different types of custody arrangements available for divorcing parents
- what sole parental responsibility means and whether or not it’s a possibility is there’s a lot of conflict between parents
- if a parent can move out of Florida if a divorce has not been finalized
- at what age a child can decide who they want to live with
- how a stepparent can gain the rights to stay in their stepchild’s life
- whether or not a parent can appeal a judge’s decision.
During and after a divorce, the most common legal issues couples face are related to children. Family lawyer Nissa M. Ricafort discusses what parents should keep in mind regarding children and divorce. More
This family lawyer examines what determines child abuse, explains how a parent can gain access to the records at the Divison of Child Protection and Permanency, discusses the best way to defend allegations of child abuse, advises parents on how to keep the children safe, and much more. More
Vera Bergermann explains how a Parenting Coordinator can help your family during a difficult divorce – including describing the main objectives and goals of a parenting coordinator. This is a “must attend” session for divorcing Floridians with children. More