Child Custody, Time Sharing & Parenting Plans
For purposes of establishing or modifying parental responsibility and creating or modifying parental responsibility and a parenting plan, including a timesharing schedule, the best interest of the child shall be the primary consideration. The factors for establishing parental responsibility and a parenting plan, what was formerly known as child custody, are enumerated by Florida Statute.
There are many challenges parents can face when deciding how to raise their children after a split. Creating a functioning, amenable parenting plan can be daunting especially when the parties involved are not exactly keen on joining hands around the campfire for a verse of “Kumbaya”. Even in the most amicable of situations, those not well-versed in the area of family law are unaware of how imperative it is to include certain language to protect your interests as well as your child’s. The last thing anyone wants is to be hauled back into court because their child custody attorney failed to execute an unambiguous or thorough parenting plan.
At The Law Office of Jordan Gerber, it is our mission to make sure that you achieve all of your goals associated with what was formerly termed as child custody and visitation. We know your children are the most important thing in your life, so allow us to take the stress of this critical process off of your shoulders. Click Boca Raton Divorce Attorney today to set up a consultation and be confident that the foundation being laid for your children’s future is stable and safeguarded.
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