Will I Get To Spend Time With My Child If We Get Divorced?
Your relationship with your child is very important, not only for you and the child, but that relationship is important to the Judge, representing the interests of the state of Florida.
Florida courts strive to make sure your child spends as much time as possible with each parent. The Court has wide discretion to consider the work schedule of each parent, the schooling of the child, and even the travel time required for time-sharing, among other factors.
In many cases, Florida courts are now awarding a 50/50 time share split with equal sharing of most parental responsibilities.
Call the Law Offices of Debra G. Simms at 386.256.4882 to learn more. We are currently offering free consultations via video conference to assist you with your needs.
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