DOR Cases – Timesharing and Changes
Have you heard about the changes to DOR cases Fl. Stat. 409 and that they now can involve Timesharing? There is a lot to know about these changes. if you have been served with any DOR case and they are requesting you to agree to or fill out information on an agreed upon parenting tie plan please contact an attorney immediately. the Orlando Child Support Attorneys Anderson & Ferrin, Attorneys at Law, P.A. are here to help you. Please click here to read more about FL. Stat. 409.25633 Title IV-D Standard Parenting Time Plans.
Here are some changes and information as it relates to these cases.
- The law now allows time sharing to be addressed in a DOR child support case. However, the parties must agree to a Standard Parenting Time Plan or the parties can agree to a different schedule. Again, the key word is AGREED.
- These Parenting Time Plans are not enforceable until a court order is issued enforcing it.
There is still question as to what they consider the Standard Parenting Time Plan to be but it appears to fall along the lines of an every other weekend type of schedule. If you find yourself receiving any type of DOR Child Support Case whether you are unsure if it includes this new timesharing or not please contact an Orlando Child Support attorney immediately.
For more information please contact our office, Anderson & Ferrin, Attorneys at Law, PA at 407-412-7041 or you can read more information about it online at our website http://www.vandersonlaw.com/Family-Law/Child-Support.shtml.