Sound legal advice on Parental Responsibility and Timesharing in Florida
While the term “custody” is still used when referring to a parent/child relationship in the divorce process, Florida Courts in a divorce determine the division of parental responsibility between the parents and the division of time that each parent is entitled to spend with their children. The Law office of Renee Safier Harris, PLLC provides you with sound legal advice regarding you and your children’s relationship during the divorce process, explain your rights, and develop a case that you can present to the court to protect your rights when it comes to your children.
Determining a Time-Sharing Plan
The laws of Florida highlights the importance of time-sharing between parents in order to benefit the children. Timesharing means splitting time between parents in the best interests of the child. There are many factors that may be taken into consideration by the parties and the Court when making a time-sharing plan. For example of the few factors that could be considered.
If the parent is able to meet the emotional, physical, and developmental needs of the child.
If either of the parents are drug or alcohol addicted.
If either parent is violent and/or has committed domestic violence and/or other violent crimes.
Which parent is more involved with the child’s education, activities and healthcare.
Which parent ensures that the children’s developmental needs and necessities are met.
Special needs of the children.
As an expert attorney in this field, Renée Safier Harris can help you create a detailed and comprehensive parenting plan that fits the needs and goals of your unique family. Having a parenting plan that takes into account all of the special circumstances of your family helps reduce the potential for litigation in the future after your divorce or paternity case is over.
The Law office of Renee Safier Harris understands the importance of time-sharing plans and how they are crucial for your child’s well-being. With her vast experience both in and out of the courtroom, she ensures that your children get the best emotional, financial, and nurturing relationship in which to live their lives.
Contact us now to discuss your child’s custody and time-sharing in detail.