Monthly Archives: March 2015

Facebook Page to “Rehome” Foreign Adopted Kids Shut Down

Adopting a child is a permanently life-changing experience. When a couple chooses to adopt, they are saying (both legally and socially) that they are devoting the next several decades of their lives towards raising, teaching, and providing for a child. Other than certain biological factors, it is quite literally the...

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New Bill for Grandparents’ Rights Gathering Support

What happens when a grandparent's children simply disappear? What happens when those parents then take their children with them, leaving the grandparents without any children or grandchildren? Do grandparents have any rights when it comes to child custody or visitation? That is precisely what is being asked in Florida by...

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The Fight Over Florida’s Alimony Laws Intensifies

Alimony has always been a controversial topic. While the reasoning behind it is very logical and sound, various interpretations of how it should be applied have been met with anger, hostility, and fear. Well, if you find yourself experiencing one of those emotions, you may be in luck. Some proposed...

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Denied for Adoption on Moral or Religious Grounds

The news that Florida may strike the ban on homosexual couples adopting, which was made in 1977, has been met with mixed response. Certain groups are all for it, calling it a massive step forward for the rights of gay couples, but certain others are opposed to it, as evidenced...

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Social Media + Silence = Marriage Danger

“The No. 1 reason people have trouble in their relationship or marriage is due to the lack of communication,” says Dr. Janne’ Lomasky, co-author of the self help book for people considering divorce, “To Stay or Not To Stay.”  Dr. Lomasky is a Boca Raton psychologist, hypnotherapist, and Florida Supreme...

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