Custody of children in Florida is governed by the standard of the “best interests of the child.” In actuality, the term “custody” is no longer used in Florida. The terminology that is used by the court’s is what is known as “time-sharing.”
Time-sharing is established in a parenting plan, which is a written agreement between the parents of the minor child. The parenting plan may be as general or specific as the parents of the minor child may require.
At a minimum, the parenting plan should provide for the day-to-day responsibilities for the minor child, the days the minor child will be with each respective parent, the school district in which the child shall attend school, who will provide the health insurance for the child and who shall make decisions regarding the best interests of the child.
Every parenting plan will be different because the needs of the parents and the minor child will be different in each case. Every family has their on unique circumstances.
I would encourage you to call me to discuss your particular situation. I can be easily reached at 954-295-9222. There is no charge for you to discuss your case with me during your initial conference. I am an experienced Boca Raton lawyer with over 30 years of experience, with offices in Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton.
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