What Happens When You and Your Child’s Other Florida-Based Parent are Hopelessly Deadlocked in Making an Important Child Welfare Decision?

Many courts, when facing a divorce or paternity case, award the parents shared parental responsibility. In fact, shared parental responsibility is the default option that will be implemented unless there is proof that such a custody arrangement would be against the best interest of the child. However, what happens if you and your child’s other parent are at complete opposites when it comes to a major decision, such as the child’s education? Hopefully, you can find a way to resolve the issue between yourselves but, other times, litigation may be necessary. When that happens, you’ll want to reach out to an experienced Florida family law attorney. A recent Miami-Dade case presented such an impasse. The parents divorced in 2015. The children were 9 and 8 at that time. During the 2017-18 school year, the children attended public school in Pinecrest. For the 2018-19 academic year, the mother wanted the kids to continue in public school, while the father wanted to…

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