In Florida, courts expect the parents to make that determination as to what's reasonable and fair. A lot of times though despite everything that can be done the parties just don't agree on what's reasonable and fair visitation. Under those circumstances, the judge is going to have to make that decision. Both parties are going to have the opportunity to present evidence as to why the court should choose them over the other parent, but ultimately, the decision would be made by the judge if the parents can't come to an agreement.
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