Timesharing and parenting plans for children

The timesharing of children is frequently a significant issue to our clients in divorce matters, paternity cases, relocation and timesharing (formerly known as custody) modification actions. Throughout these procedures, we encourage all parties to consider the best interests of the children. This type of case is usually emotional and sometimes requires the use of mental health professionals and/or a Guardian Ad Litem.

We have extensive experience in handling such cases and try to minimize our client’s emotional anxiety and concerns. We will work with all parties to determine what is in the best interest of our client and the children. We help our clients formulate a Parenting Plan, as required by Florida Statutes §61.13, to address how all of the issues affecting minor or dependent children will be resolved.


Questions about timesharing and parenting plans for children?

Contact Robert Merlin to learn more about timesharing and parenting plans for children. He can assist you in understanding the various parenting issues in your divorce process so you can make informed decisions on what is best for you and your family.  If you would like to find how he can help you, email him at info@merlinlaw.com or call him at 305-448-1555.