During Parenting Plan and Shared Parenting proceedings, the court will consider various factors to determine what is in the best interest and welfare of the child. These issues will encompass which parent the child (or children) will primarily reside with, which parent will pay child support, the amount of child support to be paid, what the timesharing (visitation) schedule will be, and other relevant child related issues the court has authority to rule upon.
In parenting plan proceedings, the presiding judge will consider various factors, including but not limited to:
Essentially a "Parenting Plan" is a legislative term used to encompass the various child related issues of a divorce, or disputes between unwed parents. Regardless of the terms used, the goal remains the same... to show the court that the arguments presented on your behalf best demonstrates what is in the best interest of the child (or children), and are fair and reasonable according to the circumstances of both parents and the child (or children).
There may be issues regarding allegations against the other parent, or allegations made against you that may need to be addressed or disproved that may directly affect the courts decisions in parenting plan cases. It is important to note that any deception or false allegations made in parenting plan proceedings will not be received well by the judge, and may work against the party making the allegations. If you have concerns, these concerns must be effectively shown to the court. This may be through appropriate documentation, witness statements, or other acceptable forms of proof.
If have questions or need to address legal issues relating to parenting plan, timesharing, divorce, or other family law needs, seek the legal advice and representation of an aggressive parenting plan attorney. At Morris Law Firm, P.A., you will work with an experienced lawyer who is dedicated to protecting the legal rights of those in Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Naples, Bonita Springs, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Immokalee, Labelle, Lee County, Collier County, Charlotte County, Hendry County and Southwest Florida.