Parenting Plans & Time Sharing

In child custody cases, successful parenting plans and timesharing agreements are major factors in determining the happiness and wellness of both parents and children.

When life circumstances change, it’s important to have a well-crafted, meaningful agreement that details each parent’s rights and responsibilities as they relate to the best interests of children involved.

Parenting responsibilities can be shared or given to a sole parent, with decision-making and responsibilities afforded accordingly. These can include how a child is educated, whether they’re brought up in a religious environment, how the child is disciplined, and decisions related to healthcare. Courts in Florida and elsewhere favor shared parenting responsibility unless such an arrangement is not in the best interests of the child.

These detailed plans also include timesharing agreements that lay out how, when, and where a child spends time with each parent. Schedules for timesharing are specific, binding (unless there is a change agreed upon mutually), and important to ensuring family wellness.

Hunter Law Group is committed to making sure that your child thrives and feels both love and support. By getting to know your family, we can help you craft a parenting plan and timesharing agreement that minimizes complications and maximizes happiness.

When life circumstances change, it’s important to have a well-crafted, meaningful agreement that details each parent’s rights and responsibilities as they relate to the best interests of children involved.

These detailed plans also include timesharing agreements that lay out how, when, and where a child spends time with each parent. Schedules for timesharing are specific, binding (unless there is a change agreed upon mutually), and important to ensuring family wellness.

Hunter Law Group is committed to making sure that your child thrives and feels both love and support. By getting to know your family, we can help you craft a parenting plan and timesharing agreement that minimizes complications and maximizes happiness.

Parenting responsibilities can be shared or given to a sole parent, with decision-making and responsibilities afforded accordingly. These can include how a child is educated, whether they’re brought up in a religious environment, how the child is disciplined, and decisions related to healthcare. Courts in Florida and elsewhere favor shared parenting responsibility unless such an arrangement is not in the best interests of the child.

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