Time Sharing Attorney in Jacksonville, FL
Protect Your Right to Visitation with Your Children
Under Florida's law, which became effective on October 1, 2008, the
state no longer uses the term "child custody". Instead, divorcing
families with minor children are required to adopt a parenting plan. The
parenting plan is intended to ensure that the child continues to have
frequent and continued contact with both parents after the divorce.
To protect the best interests of both you and your child, do not hesitate
to contact a tenacious Jacksonville
family law attorney who you can trust to fight for your desirable and just outcome. We handle
each family's case in a unique manner to help build a time sharing
plan that works for all parties.
Establishing a Parenting Plan
It is Florida's public policy that each minor child maintains contact
with both parents after the parents separate, or are divorced. The purpose
of this policy is to promote a healthier family relationship in spite
of the divorce by having the parents continue to share the responsibilities,
privileges and pleasures of raising a child.
parenting plan must include a detailed description of how the parents will share and
be involved in the day-to-day duties of raising of their minor child.
Included are matters related to time spent with the child by each parent
and parental responsibility in regard to:
- Extracurricular activities
When you come to Huchinson Law, our
divorce lawyer can carefully review your matter during a case evaluation. Contact us
today at (904) 638-3134! If you choose to work with us, we will discuss
the ins and outs of the latest statutes to help ensure your custodial
rights are protected.
Work with Our Experienced Firm Today
If you need to work out a time sharing plan, or need modification to an
existing plan, the divorce lawyer in Jacksonville has
more than a decade of experience and the knowledge that is needed to protect you and your child's best
interests. In the case that the parents cannot agree on a time sharing
schedule, Hutchinson Law can fight for your rights and work to resolve
it in court if needed.
Schedule a case evaluation with us today to get started on your time sharing plan.