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Moral Fitness As a Parent As Defined in 61.13

Florida Family Law is Concerned With the Moral Fitness of a Minor Child’s Parents One could ask what business does the law have in determining what goes on in the private lives of a minor child’s parents. Florida Family Law says there are many areas of a parent’s private life that will directly affect the care and nurturing of children and thus influence the healthy development of a child both physically and mentally. Thus the law does have a right to be concerned with moral fitness of a child’s parents. Moral fitness as described in Florida Statute 61.13 covers several area of...

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Disestablishment of Paternity

Disestablishment of paternity essentially means that a male who has been adjudicated to pay child support for a child thought to be fathered by him, has proof that he is, in fact, not the biological father of said child and desires the court to eliminate him (disestablish) as the father (paternity). Quite naturally the alleged father does not want to continue to pay child support for a child he did not father, but until the court disestablishes his paternity he must continue to pay. An experienced family law attorney such as Grant Gisondo, PA whose office is in West Palm...

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