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How do parenting plans and time sharing work?

Let us protect your parental rights! When getting a divorce, Florida requires a parenting plan that outlines each parent’s responsibilities. In order for each parent to have rights, a parenting plan is created.

Parenting plans should address each parent’s access to the child or children, who will make the child or children’s medical and healthcare decision, who will make the child or children’s education decisions, who will be responsible for the daily tasks relating the upbringing of the child or children, who will be responsible for school decision and activities and any other decisions regarding the child or children.

Parenting plans are meant to cover the child or children’s needs 24/7. The parenting plan can be complicated so an experienced and caring attorney will have the insight that can help you consider each issue thoroughly and suggest solutions that is in the best interest of the child or children’s needs taking onto consideration the practical needs of both parents.

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Call us now and receive a free no-obligation consultation. If you cannot come to our office, our lawyer will come to you. We pride ourselves on excellent communication, service and results. Contact us at (800) 927-0400 for a free no-obligation consultation. We serve Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando and Hillsborough Counties.