If divorcing parties have minor children, one of the most difficult issues is determining the time sharing and parental responsibilities for the minor children. In Florida, there is no longer a primary and secondary parent. Under the new law, the Florida Statutes require the creation of a Parenting Plan unique to each individual family based on many factors that the court must consider. Those 20 factors are outlined in Fla. Stat. 61.13. The Parenting Plan establishes parental responsibilities, time sharing arrangements, holiday sharing and support. Our law firm handles every aspect of child custody or time sharing with close, personal attention and communication paid to each client understanding the emotional and financial difficulties these issues present. Depending on the specific factors at issue in your life, specialized parenting plans can also be put into place such as long distance parenting plans and safety focused parenting plans.

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