Parenting & Time-Sharing §61.13(3) Part 5 of 19 | Divorce Attorney Fort Myers/Naples

(d) The length of time the child has lived in a stable, satisfactory environment and the desirability of maintaining continuity.

  1. Do the children have any friends living near the residence of either parent?
  2. Do the children have any relatives – grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins – living near either parent?
  3. in considering this factor, the court looks to the situation before the couple separated and whether this can be approximated now, understanding that the temporary arrangement is only temporary. The final judgment will fix a permanent arrangement.
  4. Has the parent only recently settled in one location?
  5. Is the parent’s home a permanent or a temporary situation?
  6. How suitable is the parent’s home for children?
  7. Is the house and pool, if any, safeguarded for occupancy by small children?

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