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Category Archives: Timesharing


How To Approach Legal Disputes Over Time-Sharing

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Most parents put their children as a priority over all other aspects of their life – work, friends and privacy usually being the primary things sacrificed, and this understandable devotion to their children can lead to protracted time-sharing disputes. Parents will inevitably differ over childrearing decisions, and sometimes these disagreements can be heated and… Read More »


Child Timesharing and the Death or Incapacity of a Parent

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Planning for all of life’s contingencies is rarely possible, but parents of young children, especially divorced parents, have particular timesharing concerns that should be addressed. If something were to happen to one or both parents, particularly if one parent provides most of the childcare, establishing who would have rights over the children is an… Read More »


Allegations of Kidnapping and Enforcing Parenting Time

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Disputes over adhering to the parenting time schedule, which is set out in the parenting plan, can easily and understandably become quickly heated. Parents have a lot at stake, and may not think the current arrangement is fair. Courts favor giving equal parental responsibility in cases involving timesharing, but this rarely results in each… Read More »


Do Religious Differences Impact Timesharing?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Deciding how to raise a child is an involved and personal decision for all parents, and inevitably, there will be times when parents disagree. Being able to compromise on childrearing is hard enough when a couple is together, but after divorce, finding common ground is even less likely. When it comes to timesharing, Florida… Read More »


Do Incarcerated Parents Have Any Timesharing Rights?

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

As many parents know, in order to foster a lasting and meaningful relationship with a child, consistent interaction and involvement in the child’s daily life is necessary. When parents divorce, the one receiving less parenting time, as part of the timesharing order, is bound to notice a shift in the parent/child relationship, but this… Read More »


Proposed Bill Seeks to Standardize Parenting Plans for Unmarried Parties

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Figuring out parenting responsibilities and visitation schedules are timesharing issues typically associated with divorce, but for unmarried parents, these matters are just as important, and are usually hammered out in court. All legally-recognized parents have rights that entitle them to see and make decisions related to their child. Exercising these rights occurs naturally in… Read More »


Understanding the Role of Court-Appointed Representatives for Your Child

By Joyce A. Julian, P.A. |

Any dispute involving a timesharing or care is almost certain to leave a lasting negative impact on the child’s development. Even though these matters directly affect the child’s well being, people rarely consider how an advocate for the child’s interests may be a good idea. While parents want what is best for their children,… Read More »

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