In 2008, the statute changed and now instead of child custody and visitation, the Court looks to determine time-sharing with the minor children. The Florida statutes now provide for the Courts to establish a parenting plan.
Parenting plans can be very involved depending on the plan that you use and your particular situation.
William S. Foley is a divorce and family law attorney who prides himself on working hard on assisting in crafting an appropriate parenting plan and time-sharing schedule that is in the best interests of the child.
Please call (813) 272- 2345 today to talk to a custody lawyer to learn more about the Florida laws on Time-sharing and Parenting Plans.
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