Category Archives: Timesharing
What Happens When Parents Battle Over Which State Has Jurisdiction to Decide On Child Custody?
When it comes to child custody (known as “timesharing” in Florida), the issue of jurisdiction can become complicated for some… Read More »
How Does Florida Approach Joint Custody or Timesharing?
When it comes to child custody or time sharing decisions, most experts agree that joint custody or shared parental responsibility… Read More »
How Is Divorcing with a Special Needs Child Different?
While most people realize that divorcing with minor children and figuring out time sharing issues can be a difficult and… Read More »
What Kind of Timesharing Rights and Child Support Obligations Do Rapists & Their Victims Face?
A concern that we sometimes hear in the field of family law is how child custody or timesharing and support… Read More »
More and More States Consider Promoting Shared Child Custody
More and more states are shifting towards co-parenting versus children having one primary residence and seeing the other parent only… Read More »
What Are Your Parental Responsibility and Timesharing Rights in Florida?
PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY In divorce proceeding in Florida, the law does not pre-judge child related issued such as, shared or sole… Read More »
Planning for the Holidays
The winter holidays are approaching fast, and with them come possible complications of post-divorce families. Disagreements may arise if the… Read More »
Planning Parental Time Sharing on Thanksgiving
Children of divorced parents are especially sensitive to their situation during holidays such as Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving is a Holiday that… Read More »
What should be included in a time-sharing schedule?
The previous blog post discussed the relationship between a parenting plan and a time-sharing schedule. However, a time-sharing schedule is… Read More »