Experienced Child "Custody," Visitation and Time Sharing Lawyer in Florida
Certified Mediator and Divorce Lawyer Serving Clients in Broward, Palm Beach, Miami-Dade Counties, Florida
Child custody visitation / time sharing is one of the most emotionally-charged areas of family law. At the Law Office of Deborah Bianchi Tracht, P.A., our number-one priority is to help clients move beyond emotional barriers and protect their children's future.
We have been providing compassionate representation to clients throughout Florida for many years. Attorney Deborah Bianchi Tracht is a Florida Supreme Court certified mediator and a trained collaborative lawyer who can help families work together to reach workable resolutions that protect their children's relationships with both of their parents. We are ready to help you.
At the Ft. Lauderdale Law Office of Attorney Deborah Bianchi Tracht, we have many years of experience representing clients looking to extend their time sharing rights. If you want to increase your time sharing with your children, we will need to show it will be in your child's best interest. Contact us or call 954-776-2320 to schedule an initial consultation. In the event we are retained, there is not cost for this consultation. See how we can make a difference.
Protecting Clients with Child "Custody" / Time Sharing Concerns
Child "custody" / time sharing can be a delicate area, and the last thing you need is to be unsure about what is happening with your case. Attorney Deborah Bianchi Tracht, along with her trained staff, keeps clients informed throughout the legal process. Her goal is to lessen your emotional burden instead of adding to your stress. She uses straightforward language to explain the legal process.
A Parenting Plan is established to assist in the delegation of certain expectations from each parent. This includes time sharing and responsibilities such as which parent will take the children to the doctor, etc.. Even though the parties will be living separately, both parents will be involved in major decision making involving the children except in rare circumstances.
Certain factors guide the court, such as:
- Are both parents mentally stable?
- Who provides day-to-day care for the child?
- How is the current time sharing agreement working?
- How involved with the children have the parents historically been during the marriage?
Florida time sharing law puts the best interest of the children first. At the same time, the legal factors involved can be complex. Ms. Tracht uses a detailed, compassionate approach to make sure nothing is overlooked.
Contact Us for Compassionate Representation
Protect your rights and your future. Make a decision to improve the quality of your life today. Call 954-776-2320 or e-mail us to meet with an experienced family law and divorce attorney. Learn about your legal rights and options, and how we can make a difference for you.