Child Custody Lawyer
The term “child custody” and the term “visitation rights” are no longer utilized today. “Child Custody” and “Visitation Rights” have been replaced with “time-sharing.” Time-sharing can be sought through a divorce action, if the parties that are filing for divorce have children which were born of the marriage, or time-sharing can be sought through a paternity action (where the child(ren) was born to unwed parents. Please refer to the Paternity page for more information about Paternity actions. There are several factors that a judge must consider when deciding what type or percentage of time-sharing to award both parents. Such factors can be found in Section 61.13 of the Florida Statutes. Ultimately the Court is concerned with the best interests of the child(ren). If time-sharing is going to be a factor in your divorce action, or in the alternative if you are involved in a paternity action and need an attorney to fight for your legal rights, call Jenkinson Legal today for an initial free consultation to learn your rights in regards to exercising time-sharing with your child(ren).
Contact Attorney AnnMarie Jenkinson of Jenkinson Legal with your Family Law questions, (321) 837-9547.
Jenkinson Legal has many satisfied clients throughout seven counties of Central Florida – Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake, Polk, Volusia, and Brevard. Here at the Florida Family Law office of Jenkinson Legal we have one simple objective: provide personalized, one on one attention to our clients’ legal worries so they can concentrate on life and family. Contact Jenkinson Legal today to learn more about our experience and success at (321) 837-9547. We are conveniently located in beautiful downtown Winter Park, Florida.