Child Custody (Time-Sharing)

Florida does not adhere to the traditional concept of “custody.” Instead, your divorce will result in some degree of “Time-Sharing” between parents. There may be equal time-sharing, similar to joint custody, or majority time-sharing, which is similar to sole custody. In all cases, Florida courts will consider the best interests of the child(ren) involved when making a time-sharing judgement. Additionally, the parenting plan will be one of the most pivotal aspects of your divorce’s time-sharing arrangement. This document will detail all aspects of your parenting schedule following your dissolution including things like holidays, travel, and education. An effective and consistent parenting plan is key to helping your children cope and adjust to the massive change that is occurring in their lives.

At Rotella & Hernandez, we strive to always make the bests interests of your children our foremost priority. We will provide sensitive and compassionate advocacy in helping to develop a fair and effective parenting plan, and we will aggressively defend your rights and your children’s well-being if a dispute or contentious custody battle arises. Please do not hesitate to contact us with all of your family law needs.

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