Do you need to setup a timesharing schedule aka “visitation” schedule with the parent of your child? Are you tired of being at the mercy of your child’s parent when it comes to scheduling visitation time with your child? Do you want to have more control and input over your child’s day to day life? If so, then you should set up a court ordered timesharing schedule. Once paternity has been established, you should set up a timesharing schedule through the court. The court will help set up a specific timesharing schedule, including holidays, birthdays, etc. in which both parents will need to comply. A detailed parenting plan can and should be established, which addresses how decisions will be made for the child, who pays for insurance, extra-curricular activities, timesharing, etc.
Instead of begging the other parent for time with your child, please call us at 321-329-5449 ext 6 to schedule a consultation regarding establishing time sharing and a parenting plan that works for you and your child.
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