Winter Springs and Kissimmee Child Visitation Lawyer
Protecting Parental Rights in Florida
You may have heard the more traditional terms of "child custody," "physical custody" and "joint physical custody." Florida has recently amended its child custody laws to use the terms "time sharing" and "parenting plans" in order to more effectively describe what is actually being determined when it comes to parenting time and parental rights. The courts focus less on "labeling" parenting time and more on the quality and ability for a parent and child to have a meaningful relationship.
More Than Three Decades of Experience
If you are interested in how I can assist with your time-sharing case, please contact me online. My name is Randy Hillman. I am a Winter Springs and Kissimmee child visitation lawyer with more than three decades of experience in divorce matters. You can call me at one of my Florida law offices at 407-695-0874 to discuss your parenting time case in a free initial consultation.
What Is "Time Sharing?"
Time sharing is a very important part of the parenting plan that you and your child's other parent agree to. While the parenting plan encompasses many details such as basic parenting decisions on education, religion, vacation and medical care, time sharing determines who is physically with the child and when. This includes drop-off/pick-up times and locations, day care, holidays and alternative plans for unexpected situations. Essentially, time sharing is a very detailed and specific schedule.
Every case is different and I will examine the specifics of yours. Ultimately, I will help you reach a parenting plan that is in the best interests of your child and also for your rights as a parent.
Contact a Winter Springs Shared Parenting Time Lawyer
Call 407-695-0874 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation with an Orlando child visitation attorney. I am available during regular business hours, evenings and weekends by appointment. Spanish language service is available to better serve people who do not speak English as a first language.