A well-prepared parenting plan should provide clear guidance as to time sharing during spring break. There are a few different, common approaches; and, if you are currently divorced, you should review your parenting plan to see what it says. If you are contemplating a divorce, you should think about your desires and what your spouse is likely to want as well.
While it is best for parents to resolve scheduling conflicts over school breaks on their own. It is helpful when communication with the other parent leads to misinformation, misunderstandings, or undue unreasonableness. We suggest leveraging technology by using court approved apps, such as “Talking Parent App,” or “Family Wizard.” There are other applications or methods, but these are the most used in Florida and can be used in court proceedings as evidence.
When the parties cannot come to agreements the it may be necessary for court intervention. If you are in this situation, it is essential that you get the advice of an experienced attorney at The Marin Law Firm and attorney Carmelina Marin who can help guide you through the process of amending or clarifying your existing court ordered parenting plan and time sharing schedule. Contact our office today at 407-207-1902 and learn how we can help.