A time-sharing schedule means a timetable that must be included in the parenting plan that specifies the time, including overnights and holidays that a minor child will spend with each parent. If developed and agreed to by the parents of a minor child, it must be approved by the court. If the parents cannot agree, the schedule shall be established by the court.

See Florida Statutes, Section 61.046.  See Time-sharing schedule Examples.

The parties to litigation involving children are strongly encouraged to resolve parenting issues through agreement, mediation, or parent facilitation. Litigants are generally happier with and more likely to comply with Court Orders reached by amicable agreement than when the Court is required to dictate responsibility for parenting decisions.

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