Fewer things in life are more important than spending time with your children and making decisions about their lifestyle. Determining parenting plans and time sharing agreements regulates these issues.
In the wake of a divorce, Florida Family Code outlines that a parenting plan approved by a court must describe how parents will share responsibility for the upbringing of their child. This plan must include:
- The time the child spends with each parent
- Educational decisions
- Health care decisions and decisions that affect the daily life of the child
Florida Family Code 61.13 states that it is Florida’s public policy that minor children have “frequent and continuing contact” with both parents after a divorce.
Similarly, time sharing agreements establish the determination of time and how it is split between two parents. While general custody and visitation matters can be somewhat standardized, parenting plans offer more flexibility.
Because these plans can have a dramatic effect on your parental rights, it is critical to partner with a skilled lawyer who can make the strongest possible case on your behalf and work toward an ideal resolution.
Florida Time Sharing Agreement Attorney
We at the law firm of Fox & Muriello P.A. Attorneys At Law are ready to bring more than 45 years of family law experience to work toward a resolution that works for your unique family situation in the long term.
To schedule a free consultation with a Daytona Beach parenting plan attorney, contact our law office in Daytona Beach, Florida, at 386-248-2083.