Child Custody/Time Sharing

St. Augustine Child Custody Lawyer

Time-Sharing / Child Custody Matters - (904) 204-6499

Of all the concerns facing people in a divorce case, the chief concern is what will happen to their children. At Taylor & Waldrop Attorneys, our St. Augustine child custody lawyers can help you with any matters related to child custody and time-sharing. Whether you are interested in ensuring joint custody or sole custody, our firm has the resources and skills required to protect your rights.

We realize how stressful child custody cases can be. We wish to make this experience less stressful by taking care of all the details on your behalf.

Why Choose Our Child Custody Lawyers?

  • 40+ years of collective legal experience
  • Step-by-step guidance throughout your case
  • Passionate, trial-tested advocacy
  • Affordable case review to go over your options

We know how to protect the best interests of your child by asserting your own parental rights. Please do not hesitate to see how our family law lawyers can craft the right legal strategy for you so that you can swiftly secure the optimal time-sharing arrangement for you and your child.

We offer an affordable consultation to all of our clients. Schedule your initial appointment by calling us at (904) 204-6499!

What Is in Your Best Interests of the child?

Whether your divorce case is settled inside or outside of court, we will do everything possible to obtain the positive results you desire. We can also help you create a time-sharing agreement that will ensure you spend regular and quality time with your child, such as during certain holidays and school vacation breaks. When deciding child custody, a family court will look at what is in the best interests of the child.

What Determines Child Custody in FLorida?

The court may consider the following:

  • Each parent's financial ability to provide for the child
  • The age, sex, and health of the child
  • The child's preference
  • The relationship the child has with each parent

Have Questions? Call Us at Taylor & Waldrop Attorneys Today!

When it comes to divorce-related matters such as time-sharing and child custody, we are relentless and dedicated. We will make sure you understand your rights and options so you can move forward with confidence. Please don't hesitate to contact our St. Johns County custody lawyers today.

For the client-focused legal services you need for your time sharing / child custody case, turn to us at Taylor & Waldrop Attorneys. We serve clients throughout St. Johns County.

Commonly Asked Questions

What is the difference between joint custody and sole custody?

Joint custody means that both parents share the responsibility of making decisions for the child and have equal time with the child. Sole custody means that one parent has full physical and legal custody of the child.

How is child custody determined in Florida?

When determining child custody in Florida, the court considers factors such as each parent's financial ability to provide for the child, the age, sex, and health of the child, the child's preference, and the relationship the child has with each parent.

Can grandparents get custody of a child in Florida?

In certain circumstances, grandparents may be granted custody of a child in Florida. However, the court will consider the best interests of the child and the grandparents' ability to provide a stable and safe environment.

What is a time-sharing agreement?

A time-sharing agreement is a plan that outlines how parents will share time with their child after a divorce or separation. It includes details such as the schedule for visitation, holidays, and school breaks.

Can child custody arrangements be modified?

Yes, child custody arrangements can be modified if there is a significant change in circumstances or if it is in the best interests of the child. However, the court will carefully consider the proposed modification before making a decision.

Do I need a lawyer for child custody cases?

While it is not required to have a lawyer for child custody cases, it is highly recommended. A lawyer can provide guidance, protect your rights, and navigate the complex legal process to help you achieve the best outcome for your child.

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