Parents facing divorce are often concerned about how much time they will be able to spend with their child. The Florida courts system uses the term “time-sharing” when referring to child visitation and contact. Time-sharing is a visitation arrangement wherein one parent is awarded majority time-sharing and the other parent is awarded visitation. The courts generally determine that each child should have frequent and continued contact with both parents after a divorce.
It can be difficult to get the kids to all of their appointments, games and activities and communicate to your ex about who will be where, when.