In Florida, there are no longer terms such as "custody" or "visitation" regarding children. Since the focus is on one of the parents sharing time with their children, Florida now uses the term "time-sharing" to replace words like custody and visitation. Also, the court no longer appoints one parent or the other as the primary residential parent or as having primary custody. Instead the court will enter a Parenting Plan which sets out each parent’s responsibilities, decision-making authority, and a time sharing schedule. One of the most important documents in a case involving minor children is a Parenting Plan. This document, which is filed with the court in your case, details the obligations and responsibilities of each parent and the time spent with your child or children. Frank Family Law Practice understands that each family’s circumstances are unique and must be handled with the utmost care and attention. We know how important your children are to you. Contact Frank Family Law Practice today, and find out what this family law attorney in Orlando can do to help you develop a Parenting Plan that is best suited for your entire family.
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