What Happens When My Older Children Want To Set Schedules Outside The Plan Approved During FL Divorce?
August 13, 2014
If you look back on your childhood, you remember that children grow and learn by expanding the boundaries of control set forth by their parents. Flexibility helps your children become responsible adults. However, Florida law holds both parents accountable for following the provisions of the parenting plan approved by the courts during the divorce process. Parents who have already gone through the divorce process know the courts require them to develop a parenting plan that details provisions pertaining to virtually every aspect of the lives of their children. Unfortunately, Florida divorce law has no provisions to address the issues imposed by children as they get older, such as: Participation in extracurricular activities at school
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