Shared Parenting Plan & Time Sharing
Whether you were recently divorced, separated, are facing a paternity claim or are involved in a custody dispute with the parent of your child, it is important to know your rights and options. Deciding where a child will reside and who will make important decisions for the child can be critical for your role as a parent. At Nardi & Nardi, P.A., we understand the significance of family law cases involving parenting plans and custody. We offer experienced, results-driven advocacy focused on your rights and the best interests of your child.
Protect your rights, your family, and your child's future. Call our attorneys now at 407-478-0074 or contact us by email for experienced legal advocacy you can trust.
Parenting Time and Custody in Florida
In the state of Florida, parenting plans have replaced custody arrangements. What used to be referred to as "custody" is now referred to as "time-sharing." Time-sharing refers to the relationship with his or her minor child and the relationship between each parent with regard to their minor child. The best interest of the child should always be the primary consideration in developing a time-sharing schedule and parenting plan. If you have recently been divorced or separated, it is important to know your rights so that you can protect your access to parenting time and the best interests of your child.
Strategic Advocacy Focused on Your Rights and the Results in Your Case
Our attorneys offer comprehensive legal services, dedicated to achieving optimal results for you and your family. Courts no longer designate a "primary residential parent" but establish a time-sharing plan to determine how each parent will share the children. As your legal advocates, we will pursue the best option for you and your child while taking necessary steps to protect your financial security.
We Can Also Assist You in Cases Involving:
- Child support
Modifications and Enforcement
In addition to helping establish original parenting plans as part of a divorce, separation or paternity case, we can also help you to see that a parenting plan is modified or enforced. The court will usually grant a modification where a substantial change in circumstances affects the original order. This also includes situations where a parent has lost a job or suffered a change in income that warrants a modification of a parent's support obligation. You might also need a modification to adjust for the needs of a child or relocation.
For more information, please call 407-478-0074 today to speak directly with an experienced Orlando, Florida, lawyer at Nardi & Nardi, P.A. or contact us by email if you have a question about your rights and a parenting plan.
Free consultations in bankruptcy and personal injury . Accessible from both Orange and Seminole counties . Located conveniently off of I-4 . Parking available . Credit cards accepted . Servicios del intérprete disponibles