Earning The Time With Your Children That You Deserve
Since 2008, Florida courtrooms have replaced the terms “child custody,” “visitation,” “primary residential care,” and “secondary residential care” with Parenting Plans and Time Sharing. While the names have changed, parenting plans and time-sharing determine the time you spend with your children, and establish a clear set of co-parenting rules between the parents.
At Itzkowitz Law, PLLC, our Florida lawyers can help you secure an arrangement in your divorce or paternity case that gives you and your children the time together that you should have. Whether by litigation or negotiation, we are prepared to guide you through every step of your family law needs.
Crafting A Fair Time-Sharing Schedule
Part of successfully negotiating for a time-sharing plan you can agree on includes remaining flexible during negotiations. We can help craft a custom-tailored strategy to pursue an outcome that includes your needs, your ex-spouse’s needs and your children’s needs when it comes to a time-sharing plan that includes:
- Weekend visitation
- Overnight stays
- Holiday and summer vacation
- Childcare and extracurricular activities
By remaining practical and flexible in negotiations, we can help you craft a parenting plan that makes sense for your family and gives you more control than putting these decisions in front of a judge.
However, sometimes a client has to take these matters to court, where a judge will have the final say in parenting and time sharing. As your legal representative, we are prepared to do what is necessary to present your side of things in your case so that the final outcome is in your and your children’s favor.
Keeping Your Children’s Needs At Heart
Ultimately, these matters are about the best interests of your children and protecting them throughout this stage of your divorce or paternity case. We are committed to not only representing our clients, but protecting their children as well through these and any other family law matters.
If you are ready to schedule your free initial consultation with our experienced lawyers, call our Lutz office at 813-461-6600 or email us here and take the first step in resolving your parenting plans and time-sharing matters on your terms.