Article Summary: In 2008, Florida law regarding children’s issues changed substantially. The term “custody” was eliminated, as was the prior designation of primary and secondary residential parents. The term “time-sharing” became the appropriate term to describe a parent and child’s time with each other – not visitation. The Court is now required to approve, grant or modify a “parenting plan. Schedule your Consultation now at family law attorney in Fort Myers today!
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