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As of October of 2008, the legal terms "child custody" and "visitation" have been removed from Florida law. The Court now establishes "time sharing" and "parenting plans" to determine the time that the parents may spend with the child. The change is to support a sense of unison between spouses in their parenting their children.
When children who have become accustomed to living with both parents and will now travel between homes. By working with an experienced family law attorney, measures may be taken to preserve parent-child relationships while safeguarding a child's sense of security
Sneider Law will take the time to explain your options as well as the approach that may be used in striving to provide resolution to child custody issues.
The Best Interests of the Child
When deciding issues regarding child custody, courts in Florida will consider the best interests of the child and the environment that will provide the most stability. The courts consider many factors, including:
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