Helping You Craft Time-Sharing And Co-Parenting Agreements That Work
Your children are counting on you. The time-sharing agreement that is part of your divorce or paternity judgment may be the most important part of your divorce — for you and for your children.
If you are ending your marriage or taking legal action for custody of a child born outside of marriage, you should know about Florida’s procedures for determining court-ordered custody and parenting time arrangements. It is always advisable to move forward very carefully with guidance from an experienced family law attorney when dealing with these issues.
Questions about time sharing in Florida? Read our time sharing FAQ page, or contact us for answers to tailored to your situation.
Experienced Attorneys Who Care
With five decades of combined experience, David Day and Sandra Day have a reputation for providing personalized legal representation that produces results. We pride ourselves on having a collaborative culture that focuses on client satisfaction and doing what is best for our clients and their children.
Talk to a Florida family law attorney at The Day Law Office, in Spring Hill, Florida, today. We are focused on aggressively protecting the rights and parenting interests of mothers and fathers in Hernando County and the surrounding communities along Florida’s Central Gulf Coast.
Call Us To Talk To A Child Custody Lawyer
Call our offices at 352-200-2382 or 352-200-2382, or send an email requesting an opportunity to discuss your time-sharing or custody concerns with one of our time-sharing attorneys right away.