CREATING A TIME-SHARING PLAN
How to manage child visitation
What is a time-sharing plan? It’s a question many clients ask us at Filler & Hedum Law.
As per Florida law, each parent has equal access to his or her child. The days where the mother raises the children and the father visits them on alternating weekends are no longer the standard of Florida family law courts.
If a mother and father agree to share child custody, they will be asked to create a time-sharing plan. These time-sharing plans will need to be ordered or approved by the courts. These plans protect the parental rights for both parties.
The attorneys at Filler & Hedum Law in Longwood, Seminole County, are family lawyers experienced in creating time-sharing plans that protect both parent’s rights and ensure that their children’s best interests are served.
What if I want to modify a current time-sharing plan?
Florida law favors equal access for time-sharing and child visitation. However, if a parent is dissatisfied with his or her current time-sharing agreement or feels his or her parental rights are not being respected by the other parent, that party has the power to file an action with the court to modify the existing time-sharing plan.
If you are seeking more time, visitation or contact with your child – or if you need to modify your existing time-sharing plan – the lawyers at Filler & Hedum Law can help.
FREE CONSULTATION AND PARENTAL RIGHTS CASE REVIEW
To learn more about time-sharing plans and parental rights in Florida, call Filler & Hedum Law today for a free consultation and family law case review. Samuel Filler or Kelly Hedum will meet with you personally to discuss your case, answer your questions and offer valuable insight into your case at no cost to you. We’ve helped clients in Sanford, Longwood, Casselberry, Altamonte Springs, Oveido, Orlando, Winter Springs, DeLand and other Central Florida towns protect and secure their financial needs and future.
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