Florida’s approach to the management of children after divorce is clearly reflected in the language of the related statutes. The concept of time-sharing replaced custody a few years ago with the intention of equalizing parents in their post-divorce child-rearing responsibilities. These days, it is not uncommon for children to divide their time equally between their parents’ homes, alternating every three or four days. At times, the handoff between houses can be difficult, especially when children are moody, tired, hungry or irritable.
Here are some tips for making the transition a bit easier on both you and your children:
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