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Category Archives: Parenting Timesharing


Is Florida Your Child’s Home State?

By Caroline Olson, P.A. |

Each state in the nation sets its own family laws, and this fact can create a problem when parents move with children across state lines. Fortunately, Florida has signed onto the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA), which sets ground rules for determining which court has the power (“jurisdiction”) to decide custody… Read More »

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How a Criminal Record Can Affect Parenting & Timesharing

By Caroline Olson, P.A. |

Parents always retain the right to draft their own parenting plan. They can allocate time sharing as they see fit, and most judges will sign off on an agreement. However, when parents cannot agree on a parenting plan, a judge must come up with something, and judges decide time sharing based on the best… Read More »

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