STUART FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY
About a Parent’s Time Sharing Rights
Divorce can be difficult for every member of the family. Parents often suffer the loss of daily contact with their children, and can hardly wait until the next chance to see them. Sometimes, one parent will make it difficult for the children to spend time with their other parent. If this is your situation, you may need to bring your case to court to protect your rights as a parent.
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Florida is dedicated to making sure that children continue a relationship with both parents after the divorce or other family law matter is finalized, and both parents have certain rights under the law. Each parent is to be given reasonable time sharing opportunities with their child. Parenting plans filed during the divorce proceeding are required to include the time sharing schedule of each parent. This plan must be honored after the divorce has been completed. If your children’s parent is keeping you from seeing them or interfering with the time that you agreed to in the parenting plan, you must enlist the services of a Stuart attorney as soon as possible.
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Since 1927, our team has fought for the rights of our clients, and we can do the same for you. If the other parent is making it difficult for you to see or speak with your children, it is imperative that you seek skilled legal counsel to get your case returned to court to pursue a modification or enforcement of prior orders. We will advocate for you and can help create a time sharing schedule that allows you more time with your children. We are absolutely committed to fighting for our clients’ best interests and to help them secure the time that they are entitled to with their children.
To learn more about your visitation rights, contact Crary Buchanan today.