Time-Sharing and Family Law
by: Ryan Marger, Associate of Bitman O’Brien & Morat | January 5, 2021
When going through a paternity action or a divorce involving children it is required by family courts to establish a legal parenting plan. This plan will set all the rules applying to the children’s daily lives including custody, overnight responsibilities, healthcare, education, parent visitation schedules and the calculation of child support.
Parents should try to agree on a plan since they know their children best. If you must litigate the issue, a court can decide the parenting plan based on what is best for the children to ensure they thrive under the circumstances.
Having an attorney by your side to navigate through the many decisions involved in determining a child timesharing plan is the best course of action.
Bitman O’Brien & Morat is here help you through family planning. Our attorneys are experienced in divorce, family, employment, contracts/corporation, personal bankruptcy, partnership disputes and small business issues. Please contact us at 407.815.3110 or visit bitman-law.com.