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Time-Sharing

Time-sharing refers to the number of and specific overnight schedule per year that a child will spend with each parent.  This information, which also includes schedules for holidays, summer vacations, along with provisions for travel arrangements, daycare providers, transportation costs, etc. and other topics unique to a family, are typically included in a written Parenting Plan as part of a family law proceeding. If parents are unable to agree upon the specific terms of the Parenting Plan, the court will determine these matters. The court will consider the best interests of the child by evaluating all of the factors affecting the welfare and interest of the child, as referred to in Florida Statutes Chapter 61.13. Whether or not a parent is permitted to relocate after the entry of a final judgment is another important issue to address in a Parenting Plan.

Patricia Sciarrino is experienced in establishing, modifying, and enforcing all time-sharing matters between the parties. Patricia Sciarrino has the experience to help prepare and negotiate a detailed Parenting Plan that will assist a party in co-parenting their children. For more information and to schedule your confidential consultation, please contact the law office of Patricia Sciarrino, P.A. at (772) 463-8017.

Patricia Sciarrino represents clients in Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River & Okeechobee counties who reside in Stuart, Palm City, Hobe Sound, Jensen Beach, Port Saint Lucie, Fort Pierce and Okeechobee in marital and family law matters, including the following areas:

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