PARENTING & TIME-SHARING §61.13(3) Part 3 of 9 | Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples

Factors Florida Courts Consider when Awarding Time-Sharing/Custody

 (b) The anticipated division of parental responsibilities after the litigation, including the extent to which parental responsibilities will be delegated to third parties. 

  1. Do both parents have a car? A car seat for small children?
  2. Do both parents have a place to live suitable for children? Do they live in a house, an apartment, a mobile home? How many rooms? How many bedrooms? Is there a place for the children to play outside? Nearby?
  3. Do both parents have clothes for the children? Are the parents able to share the children’s clothes and toys as the children shuttle from place to place? Are they able to share in this parenting decision? Has either parent made the effort to share this decision? Once and given up or over and over?

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