How to Handle Timesharing with Ease

Once a case is resolved, former spouses have the opportunity to settle into a new routine. For clients with children, a parenting plan is implemented to outline primary residency, school zoning, expenses and reimbursement expectations, and timesharing (formerly known as child custody). While not all marriages end amicably, in most cases, each parent strives to […]

Honoring those in Service: Amendments to the Statute regarding Timesharing for Men and Women in the Military

Determining the appropriate time sharing when a parent is in the military has been a long- standing issue due to deployment, re-assignment to a new base and other variables. Florida Statue 61.13002 allows a parent who is activated, deployed, or temporarily assigned to military service on orders in excess of 90 days and whose ability […]

The Child Abduction Prevention Act: Protecting our Children from the Dangers of Abduction by a Parent

Florida Statutes Section 61.45 was recently amended to create the “Child Abduction Prevention Act.”  This Act is beneficial when there is a concern about the risk of removal of a child from the state or country in violation of a parenting plan. This section includes new preventative and risk factors for the court’s consideration, as […]