Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Fourth District Reverses Timesharing Schedule Failing to Address Parental Responsibility

In today’s opinion in Munroe v. Olibrice, the Fourth District Court of Appeal reversed an order establishing a time-sharing schedule for the parties’ minor children on the grounds that the time-sharing schedule failed to address parental responsibility and did not create a parenting plan.  By not establishing a parenting plan establishing how the parents make decisions in addition to adopting a time-sharing schedule, error was committed.

1 comment:

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