Children and Divorce: Parenting Plan


Florida parents must attend a parenting course on how divorce affects families and children before a final judgment is entered by the court.

Additionally, you and your spouse may find it helpful to speak with or consult with various professionals, including family law mediators, Florida family law attorneys, parenting coordinators/facilitators, and family counselors, to help develop a practical Parenting Plan.

These professionals can assist parents with developing their own Parenting Plan and resolve conflicts.

This avoids stressful and lengthy litigation, which unquestionably takes a toll on the family.

The preceding material represents general legal advice and is based upon Florida statutes in effect when it was written. However, please be advised that the law is constantly changing, and some elements may be out of date. As such, you should always consult an attorney about your legal rights and responsibilities regarding your particular family law case.


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