Aggressive Representation From An Ocala Child Custody Attorney
The Florida legislature recently changed the concepts of child custody and visitation to a singular concept called “parenting time.” This concept incorporates parental responsibilities and visitation into detailed parenting plans.
These changes in the law can be confusing to many parents, although the process of determining the time you will spend with your child remains largely the same. At the law office of Ami L. DiLorenzo, P.A., we can help you understand how you and your children may be affected by the new laws. Our Ocala divorce and family law attorney can then work with you to negotiate a fair custody and visitation agreement, one that meets your goals and is in the best interest of your family.
What Is A Parenting Plan?
A parenting plan is a child custody plan that is created and agreed on by both parents. A parenting plan must be approved by the court. If both parents cannot agree on a parenting plan, then the court will create a plan for them. Parenting plans can address a variety of issues, including education and health care.
When you’re creating a parenting plan, it’s important that you have the help of an experienced Ocala child custody attorney who understands the types of custody in Florida.
When You Need A Fighter
At times, working toward a child custody agreement can become contentious, as both parents may have differing ideas on what is best for their children. Ami L. DiLorenzo, P.A., has gained a reputation as a forceful advocate in the courtroom because often that is what it takes to best promote a client’s legal interests. While being aggressive when fighting on your behalf, she will take every action possible to protect your relationship with your children.
Our firm handles a broad spectrum of child custody matters affecting parents throughout Florida, including:
- Creating final and temporary parenting plans that are in your children’s best interest
- Determining who will make important decisions for your children, such as where they will go to school and the types of health care they will receive
- Enforcing and modifying existing child custody orders when circumstances change
- Guiding your family through the relocation of a parent within Florida or to another state
- Helping parents resolve all issues related to the child after paternity is determined
- Enforcing and modifying previously agreed-upon time sharing between parents
Contact Ami L. DiLorenzo, P.A.
Whether you are considering divorce or have a pending child custody issue, contact the office of family law attorney Ami L. DiLorenzo, P.A., to discuss your concerns.
Call us at 352-580-1141 or contact us to schedule an initial consultation with our Ocala divorce lawyer.