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Issues Regarding Parental Responsibility Laws in Florida
Issues Regarding Parental Responsibility Laws in Florida

What Does “Parental Responsibility” Mean? The Florida courts generally rule that parents should have shared parental responsibility in cases having to do with minor children. Florida Statute 61.046(17) defines shared responsibility as “a court-ordered relationship in which ...

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