Sharing custody of your children can be difficult after a divorce. Determining where they will reside, go to school, and spend holidays often causes stress and anxiety for parents. Fear of losing time with them may make it next to impossible to agree on a timesharing plan with your ex. Now, a new standard timesharing plan in Florida may help couples through this process.
In 2018, a new Florida law gave the Department of Revenue the authority to set forth a Standard Parenting Time Plan to unmarried or divorcing parents. This plan outlines specifically where the child will live and how parental responsibilities will be shared so that it’s easier for non-custodial parents to remain in contact with their children.