A judge is required to include certain things such as timeshare, child visitation, parenting plans and more in a Florida child custody decision. Read more.
What Does a Judge Have to Include in a Florida Child Custody Order?
A final child custody order typically needs to implement a parenting plan and define each parent’s parental responsibilities over the children. This means that the trial judge must clearly define when each parent will have timesharing with their children and how each parent is responsible and entitled to make decisions involving the children, such as decisions over health, education and religious issues.
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