While the number one factor considered in Florida time-sharing plans is what is best for the child or children, there are several other issues that the courts look at as well. They include:
How capable each parent is to raise the child or children
The moral, physical and mental health of each parent
How able each parent is to provide for the child or children
How safe the environment is with each parent
Where each parent lives, the physical geography
How willing each parent is to be an active participant in the child’s life
Whether or not there has been any abuse in the home or with either parent
Time-sharing agreements are perhaps the most important facet of a divorce. Attorney Christine S. Cook will take the time to discuss what your child needs, how you can provide and what type of time-sharing plan meets those factors.
Christine S. Cook is also very well-versed in collaborative law and, when this modality suits, will employ this positive, cooperative approach to effectively resolve your time-sharing issue. Collaborative law and mediation are often less combative, less bitter and easier on children. Collaborative law, as the name suggests, is empowering to the parties involved and conducive to preserving relationships in family law issues.
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Your children deserve the very best you have to offer. Make sure that when you devise a time-sharing plan the needs of your child or children are your first priority. Attorney Christine S. Cook will work with you to ensure your plan meets the needs of your children and fits with your goals.