Helping You Develop A Timeshare Agreement
If you have found yourself entrenched in an emotional child custody (parenting plan/timesharing schedule) battle, one of the issues that is the most fought about is who gets the child and when do they get them. In these kinds of situations, it is important to have a lawyer by your side who will be a compassionate yet strong legal advocate for you and your child. At Rechel & Associates, P.A., we have been helping families in Tampa Bay area and all over Florida resolve their complex child custody (parenting plan/timesharing schedule) issues for over 30 years.
Building A Time-Share Plan That Works For You And Your Child
When it comes time to build a timesharing agreement, it is important that the agreement is developed with the child’s best interest in mind. Timesharing agreements include, but are not limited to:
- Who the child lives with during the school week
- How the child will spend their weekends
- Breakdown of which parent gets the child on certain holidays
- A schedule that outlines how the child will spend their summer vacations
- Who the child will spend other important days with, such as birthdays
Our lawyers can help you develop an agreement that not only facilitates productive co-parenting today, but also establishes an effective framework for future cooperation. However, sometimes despite best laid plans, life happens (ex. jobs change, children’s needs change, people move) and modifications may be necessary.
We Are Ready To Fight For You And Your Child
We know how stressful this situation can be and we want to do everything we can to make it as easy as possible. To schedule an initial consultation, you can call us at 813-931-8111 or send us an email. We help families in the Tampa metro area.
*Ms. Todd offers a free one-hour consultation. Mr. Rechel’s one-hour consultation fee is $400.