Solving The Time-Sharing Question Involving Your Children
Children typically adjust best to the world and their surroundings when both parents are involved in their lives physically, emotionally and financially. Both parents must be involved in their child’s life to serve the best interest of the child.
Child custody – also known as time-sharing in Florida – is an important issue in family law. How much time will you spend with your child? What does your life as a parent look like after divorce? How does time-sharing affect child support payments?
My law firm, Cynthia M. Pyfrom, P.A., in Boynton Beach, Florida, will help you answer these questions and work to determine the optimal time-sharing arrangement for you and your child.
A Sensitive And Aggressive Family Law Attorney
As a skilled, compassionate, understanding and assertive attorney, I will guide you in determining what is in the best interest of your child. Finding a workable arrangement is the ultimate goal. Parents are encouraged to negotiate throughout the process, and I am not afraid to litigate when necessary.
You want and need personal time with your child. In advocating for you, I will make sure that opposing counsel and the courts know just how important and relevant you are in your child’s life. We can pursue shared custody arrangements with as much as a 50-50 split in parenting time. But if I see cracks in the façade and an unstable environment at the home of the other parent, I will fight for you to make sure your child is never in harm’s way.
Supporting The Best Interests Of Your Children
In family law, time-sharing is the legal term for child custody. Time-sharing is one of the most important issues in family law when parents have a tug-of-war over their children. At Cynthia M. Pyfrom, P.A., in Boynton Beach, Florida, I will represent you and work toward a solution for you and your children. As a sensitive and assertive attorney, I can help you. Contact me online or call 561-354-0403.