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Parenting & Time-sharing Factors §61.13(3)(a)-(t)
Public Policy. 61.13(2)(c)2: It is the public policy of this state that each minor child has frequent and continuing contact with both parents after the parents separate or the marriage of the parties is dissolved and to encourage parents to share the rights and responsibilities, and joys, of childrearing. There is no presumption for or against the father or mother of the child or for or against any specific time-sharing schedule when creating or modifying the parenting plan of the child.
THEREFORE, the court must find which of the parent is more likely to allow the child frequent and continuing contact with the nonresidential parent.
Unless an agreement has been entered as described in subsection (2) of §61.13001(7),a parent or other person seeking relocation must file a petition to relocate and serve it upon the other parent, and everyother person entitled to access to or time-sharing with the child. The pleadings must be in accordance with thissection