Written by attorney Gale Harrison Moore | Jan 3, 2018

How is child custody/time-sharing determined in Florida?

Florida law identifies several specific factors for the Courts to consider when making a custody/time-sharing decision. When preparing your case use these factors to clearly prepare your case, organize your evidence and decide what witnesses you will need.

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Florida Statutes section 61.13(3)(a)-(t)

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