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Who determines how much visitation is reasonable and fair?

A parent child relationship is a liberty interest protected by the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. If you and your spouse can’t agree on time-sharing, what’s going to happen is a judge is going to have to make those determinations for you. However, the judge will never make those determinations based on reasonableness and fairness. The judge will make the determination based on Florida law, which is based on the best interest of the child and the 20 factors of the best interest of the child. Reasonable and fairness may come into play under those factors. Please talk to an attorney to figure out how these factors affect you.

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