Understanding Factors That Influence Time-Sharing: A Guide for Parents


Navigate child custody and time-sharing like a pro. Our essential guide for parents gives you the insights to secure your family’s future.


Get a thorough understanding of the factors that judges consider when determining the best interests of the child. Know what to ask your attorney and how to present your case effectively. We’ve included real-life examples to illustrate each point.

Who is this Guide for:

This guide is perfect for parents who are going through a divorce or custody battle. If you’re lost in legal terms and want clear answers, this guide is for you.

In Section I, we take apart Florida Statute 61.13 to make it easy for you to understand. We use plain English, so you don’t need a law degree to get it.

Section II is where the magic happens. We give you real-life examples for each legal factor that judges look at. It’s like having cheat notes for a test, but the test is your court case.

Why This Guide Matters:

Understanding these factors can make or break your case. Get insights from real experts who have been through it all. We keep it updated, so you’ll always know if the laws change.

Feeling lost? Don’t know what to ask your lawyer? We got you. This guide also includes a list of questions to ask your attorney, so you’re never in the dark.

What’s Inside:

-Easy-to-read PDF
-Real-world examples
-Questions to ask your lawyer

Get your Time-Sharing Guide for Parents now. Be prepared, be informed, and take control of your family’s future today.


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