Our West Palm Beach Divorce Lawyer Answers Common Questions About Florida Time-Sharing
Some divorces are emotional and contentious, especially divorces that involve children. Parents may fight over child support and child custody. When parents cannot agree on a time-sharing plan, it may be necessary for a divorce court to have a role in creating the plan. The time-sharing schedule, or parenting plan, can be evenly split. However, courts may sometimes grant one parent more time with a child than the other parent.
In Florida, parents have shared responsibility raising the children unless not permitted by the circumstances. Florida courts take the child’s best interest into account when deciding on child time-sharing arrangements.