What if the parents disagree on child custody/time-sharing and visitation?
It depends on when the parents are disagreeing. If they are disagreeing before the final judgment is signed, they can attempt mediation, they can attempt to talk to their attorneys and figure out if they can settle the case before going to court. If they can’t agree, what they have to do is they have to go to court and have the judge make those determinations on their behalf. The judge’s determination is going to be based on the best interest of the child and the 20 factors under the best interest. Now, if they can’t agree after the final judgment is signed, there will be a court order in place, there will be a parenting plan in place, if a parent is not following that parenting plan, what has to be done is a motion for contempt has to be filed. Please talk to an attorney to figure out how to move forward.