Parenting Time And Time-Sharing Plans

Florida has abolished the terms child custody and visitation, preferring more equal, less prejudicial phrases such as parenting plans and time sharing. In addition to this change in terminology, parents are viewed equally by the courts. The courts seek to ensure that both parents are significantly involved in the child's life.

How is time sharing determined? How often will I see my children? These are common questions we hear at The Law Office of Brian W. Hurd. We have experience representing parents in Merritt Island and throughout central Florida with child custody and parenting time issues.

How Parenting Plans Are Determined

Parents who are no longer together can prepare a parenting plan that meets their unique needs, as opposed to having the court determine critical parenting plan issues. Some of the provisions may include holiday arrangements, how parents will communicate with each other, what each parent needs to do if he or she wants to travel out of the state or country with the child, and the child's education and religious activities. The lawyers at The Law Office of Brian W. Hurd can help you prepare a time-sharing plan that will be best for your family.

How Time-Sharing Plans Are Determined

Parents who are divorcing or have not been married are entitled to visitation. The lawyers at The Law Office of Brian W. Hurd are experienced in preparing time-schedule plans that specify what time your child spends with each parent. Equal time sharing is what the court strives to accomplish. However, the judge considers the child's best interest in all cases. Our experienced attorneys can fight for a parenting and time-sharing plan that will represent you and your children's needs.

Finding A Resolution That Fits Your Needs

Preparing Parenting and Time-Sharing plans is a complex issue that needs to be evaluated by an experienced divorce attorney. Our knowledge of parenting time laws and time-sharing plans process helps us explore all of your options so we can find a resolution for you.

We will protect your rights and interests. We care about finding a resolution that fits your needs and goals. We know what you are going through. We will be here every step of your case so you will always know what to expect and what needs to be done to find a resolution.

Talk To Our Lawyers

Questions about your custody case? We can help. Call us at 321-453-5007 or toll free at 877-409-1022 or contact us online to schedule a consultation. We offer a $100 discount on our consultation fees.