In the State of Florida family law cases involving children require that the parents or the Court develop a Parenting Plan that provides guidelines for Parenting Time and Parental Responsibility. These guidelines are always based on what is in the best interests of the children, and there are many factors the Court will consider in making such determination.
Parenting Time refers to the schedule for when the children spend time with each parent. It addresses the division of weekends, weekdays, holidays, birthdays, vacations, etc. The purpose of the schedule is to avoid disruptions in the children’s lives, always keeping their best interests a top priority.
Parental Responsibility refers to who has the right to make decisions regarding major issues of health, welfare, religious training, and education of the children. Shared Parental Responsibility means that both parents have a right to be involved in and to make the decisions. Sole Parental Responsibility means that one parent makes the decisions and occurs in extraordinary circumstances.
Laura Callahan, P.A., is prepared to litigate these issues or negotiate arrangements between parents that work best for them and the children.
Each case is unique and there are never guarantees regarding the outcome. It is critical to consult with an experienced family law attorney. Laura Callahan, P.A., will evaluate your situation and explain your options.
Laura Callahan, P.A., will provide the legal assistance you need to pursue this journey.