What factors go into determining custody/time-sharing and visitation in Florida?
Florida courts are required to apply the best interest standard of the Florida statute. There are 20 factors that the courts will look at and apply. The most important factor is the ability of the parents to co-parent and keep the other parent informed of what’s going on with their child. Other factors include the moral fitness of the parent and their physical health. You need to talk to an attorney to figure out exactly how these factors affect your case.