Parenting Plans In Brevard County, Florida
Florida family law courts always base decisions on what is best for the children. In recent years, there has been an effort to ensure that both parents are as involved in the lives of each child as much as possible, which is why in many cases parents will both be given substantial time-sharing with the children. It is rare for one parent to be given sole custody, unless one parent can be shown to be unfit to parent the child.
Because custody is shared, it is necessary to come up with a parenting plan that dictates who is responsible for what in the child’s life. Our firm has extensive experience in drafting parenting plans, and we would be glad to assist you with yours. We understand how important your children are to you, and we want to use our training and resources to ensure that your relationship with your children is kept intact.
Contact our firm now to discuss your parenting plan. We look forward to assisting you in any way we can.