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Madison County Court Information
Madison County Courthouse, P.O. Box 237, Madison, FL 32341-0237 or 125 SW Range Ave., Madison, FL 32340, Telephone (850) 973-1500 or (850) 973-8000 Fax (850) 973-3471
Madison County Divorce Support Groups
Fellowship Baptist Church State Road 145 North, Madison, Florida 32340 Phone: 904-973-3266 Contact: Mr. Steve McHargue
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When the Florida court decides on the issue of child custody and visitation, the gender of the parents is not considered. For example, a mother will not automatically receive custody of the children just because she is the mother. The judge must only consider what is in the best interests of the child. Florida divorce law requires Shared Parental Responsibility. This means that even though the child may live with one parent, the other parent has equal say in raising the child. Each party must be consulted on the education, health, religion, and discipline of the child. And, if the parties cannot agree on these important issues, the judge will make the decisions.
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