In October 2008 Florida’s new parenting plan law came into effect, helping divorcing parents and their lawyers no longer argue about child “custody” and visitation issues. Instead, they are required to work together to develop parenting plans that describe in detail the ways parents will share responsibility for their children’s upbringing and schedule the time each parent has access to each child. What continues under the new law are several important principles about divorce and parenthood: Children of divorce must be given every opportunity to benefit from continuous and frequent contact and to have substantial relationships with both parents. Generally, divorced parents should share responsibility for raising their children. Conflicts between the parents are to be resolved according to the best interests of the children involved.
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Contact an attorney at Barbra Amron Weisberg, P.A. in Boca Raton to learn about the best ways to work with the new parenting plan approach to parent-child relationships and conflict resolution. We can advise you about both the new legal structure and the continuing principles focused on the best interests of your children.
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The main focus of the new parenting plan law is to help parents work constructively toward shared responsibility for their children’s daily lives and long-term development. Barbra Amron Weisberg, P.A. can help clients work through the new system in cases where the parents are substantially on the same page, in situations where a few tough issues could be hard to resolve, and in high-conflict cases where one parent or the other needs to work on some serious problems before a secure relationship with the child can be assured.
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To learn more about our approach to client service on Florida parenting plan issues, contact Barbra Amron Weisberg, P.A. in Boca Raton.
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