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Category Archives: Timesharing


What Goes Into a Child Time-Sharing Schedule?

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For parents, going through a divorce or a separation can be deeply challenging. A well-formulated parenting plan helps to make things a little easier. Essentially, a time-sharing schedule is the part of a parenting plan that outlines when the child will be with each parent. Here, our Tampa child custody attorneys highlight the key… Read More »


Reexamining Shared Parenting in Florida as Family Roles Change

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For anyone who is currently in the process of getting divorced or is considering divorce in the New Year, the divorce process is likely to be more complicated if you have minor children from the marriage. According to a recent article in ScienceNordic, public policies in the US and across the Western world handle… Read More »


Florida Parenting Plans During the Holidays

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Now that it is November, the holiday season is beginning. For many families in Florida that are going through a divorce (or are considering the possibility of divorce), the matter of parenting time and a holiday schedule can produce a significant amount of anxiety. In particular, for families that will be spending the holiday… Read More »


Reconciling Your Drastically Different Parenting Styles After Divorce

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If you have minor children, a parenting plan will be part of your divorce settlement. This document outlines the time your children spend with each parent and each parent’s responsibilities to the children. Parenting plans are most effective when both parents are willing to cooperate with the court’s orders and with each other. Sometimes,… Read More »


Your Child’s Academic Progress And Your Parenting Plan

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When the court creates a custody plan for a child, it considers a variety of factors about the child’s life and personal needs to determine the plan that is in his or her best interest. One substantial aspect of a child’s life is his or her academic progress. Whether a child is in kindergarten… Read More »


Can I Create A Parenting Plan Before My Child Is Born?

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Yes, it is possible to draft a timesharing agreement with the court before your child is born. If you or your spouse is pregnant and you have begun the divorce process, this could be the ideal way for you to begin your co-parenting relationship. Establishing a parenting plan and child support order for a… Read More »


Four Tips For Surviving Your First Holiday Season With A Parenting Plan

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As we approach the holiday season, it can be easy to feel stressed instead of excited, especially if this is your first holiday season after your divorce. You most likely included guidelines for the holidays in your parenting plan when you created it. Below are a few tips to help you follow these guidelines… Read More »


How Much Does My Child’s Preference About His Or Her Timesharing Plan Matter?

By Bubley & Bubley, P.A. |

When a couple with children divorces, a child custody arrangement is an important part of their divorce settlement. In Florida, the term “custody” is not generally used anymore. Instead, courts refer to the child’s schedule in each parent’s home as his or her timesharing schedule and each parent’s role as his or her parental… Read More »


Timesharing Disputes and the Mental Fitness of a Parent

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Making sure a child custody arrangement protects the welfare of the child is always the primary concern when a court evaluates this issue. Determining who will provide childcare and make decisions for the child’s benefit is often the most pivotal determination in divorce cases. Naturally, the physical and mental health of each parent is… Read More »


How Much Influence Does a Child’s Wishes Have in Timesharing Decisions?

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Parents that decide to divorce have a lot of hard decisions to make concerning timesharing. Most children, especially younger ones, have a difficult time understanding the changes taking place, and why there is a need to separate the family. In the long term, children do typically benefit from seeing their parents happy and away… Read More »

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