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Legal Information: Florida
Updated: January 27, 2020
What is a time-sharing schedule?
A “time-sharing schedule” is a timetable that must be included in the parenting plan that gives specific times (including overnights and holidays) that the child will spend with each parent. It can be developed and agreed to by the parents and approved by the court. If the parents cannot agree, the schedule will be created by the court after both parents present testimony and evidence.1
1 F.S.A § 61.046(22)
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