The revised Florida Family Law Statutes adopted a public policy that attempts to ensure the minor child of a couple maintains constant contact with both parents, barring extraneous circumstances such as domestic violence or other situations in which the safety of the child is compromised. Under these revised laws courts usually attempt to fashion a child time sharing schedule that allows the child to spend significant time with both parents. Pursuant to Florida Statutes Section 61.046 (23) “Time-sharing Schedule” means a timetable that must be included in the parenting plan that specifies the time, including overnights and holidays, that a minor child will spend with each parent. The child time sharing schedule shall be:
- Developed and agreed to by the parents of a minor child and approved by the court; or
- Established by the court if the parents cannot agree or if their agreed-upon schedule is not approved by the court.
At Segarra & Associates, P.A., we understand the importance of establishing a meaningful timesharing schedule that will help you to protect the best interests of your child. Our goal is to see that you and your family are able to enjoy as much quality time together as possible.
Contact us for a consultation regarding your child time sharing case. We are committed to giving your case our full attention and are available now to speak with you. Call us today. (305) 742-5042