Child custody issues are among the most difficult in a divorce, since many parents don’t want to lose any time with their children. As you approach topics like holidays, long weekends, and summer breaks, keep your child’s best interests in mind at all times.
Timesharing vs. Custody and Visitation
While the terms “custody” and “visitation” are the most frequently used in the world of family law, Florida uses slightly different terminology. Timesharing is a term that highlights the fact that a child has the right to spend time with both parents. As you and your co-parent work together to create a timesharing schedule, you will have to consider the three-month stretch of summer vacation.