Is a Presumption of Equal Time Sharing in the Best Interests of Children? A Child Centered Developmental Perspective

A bill was introduced during the 2013 legislative session that would changed Florida law to create a presumption in favor of equal timesharing between parents and children.  The law did not pass; nevertheless, a similar bill may be proposed in upcoming 2014 legislative session.  Is it in the best interest of a child for judges to presume that the child should spend equal time with his/her parents?  Click on the link to read an article in which three psychologists’ answer to that question based on a child-centered developmental perspective.  The attorneys of Sessums Black, PA take pride in staying abreast of changes and potential changes to marital and family laws.

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