Time Sharing/Parenting Plan

It is the public policy of the State of Florida that each minor child has frequent and continuing contact with both parents after the parents separate or divorce and to also encourage parents to share the rights and responsibilities and joys of raising their child.

The terms custody, primary residential parent and visitation are no longer used. Instead, Florida law requires a parenting plan and a determination of whether the parents will share the decision making rights and responsibilities regarding the child or whether one parent will have the right to make those decisions. 

Our attorneys can guide you through the process of creating a parenting plan that best suits your needs and wants and that is also in the best interests of the minor child(ren).