School is almost back in session and for many parents, it’s time to celebrate! If your summer was packed with family trips or summer camp, back to school can mean back to reality for many of us. Similar to the concept of Spring cleaning, this is a great time of year to take a look…

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It’s your golden years. Empty nest syndrome has transitioned into completing your bucket list and reinvesting in yourself and your partner. Then, in the blink of an eye, everything changes. In many cases, children are left without one or both of their parents. It could be for a number of difficult reasons: Death or incapacitation…

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When the custodial or noncustodial parent has decided that a relocation is inevitable, presenting a clear parenting plan to the co-parent should be the next step. First, it shows the court and those involved that you are committed to keeping the other parent involved in the child’s life. Second, it can save you a large,…

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Relocation after a divorce or separation can be a fairly common occurrence, but when children are involved, there are more intricacies to consider. In an effort to minimize the drastic changes in a child’s life after divorce, the co-parents should carefully determine if a relocation is in the best interest of the child. Changes to Routine…

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Once upon a time, it wasn’t out of the ordinary for families to decide among themselves who would care for the children. In some instances, grandchildren were raised by grandparents or aunts and uncles would step in and raise nieces and nephews. While this happens every day across America, it is becoming more and more…

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custody

Some common terms that come to mind when considering child custody matters are joint custody and visitation. While used often in conversation, these terms are outdated in Florida family law courts. In 2011, Governor Scott passed a bill establishing the terms parental responsibility and parental time-sharing, to eliminate the need to identify primary and secondary parents.…

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Child Custody Lawyer | Largo | Wagstaff Law Office

Picking the perfect child custody lawyer can seem like a very daunting task. It is essential to select an attorney who is not only compassionate but also holds a strong commitment to success. Fortunately, Wagstaff Law Office, P.A. offers clients just that. Located in Largo, Wagstaff specializes in various aspects of family law to help…

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child custody lawyer largo wagstaff law offices p.a.

Discussions about separation, divorce, and whether to seek help from a child custody lawyer can be difficult to start or have. We understand the challenges of navigating relational territory in Largo, and legal representation can assist you in preparing during this stressful time. Our attorneys encourage clients to prioritize their bond with their children, gain…

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Grandparent Issues

Grandparent issues can become a hassle for those who are trying to raise their grandchildren in Palm Harbor. If you have any questions or concerns regarding your custody options, the family law attorneys at Wagstaff Law Office can help you understand the legal side of things so you can focus on devoting the love and…

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family law attorney

If you are a parent, it is never too early to connect with a good family law attorney you can trust. Having a great marriage and well-raised kids does not mean that you will not need legal assistance at some point. Wagstaff Law Office, P.A. can help you with such matters. Here are three civil…

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