Firm Partner Steven Spann wrote an article for the most recent edition of The Florida Bar Family Law Section Commentator on Managing and Mitigating the Imposition of Time-Sharing Restrictions on Your Clients.
Part I addresses whether a court is required to implement “concrete steps” to enable a party to return to the prior, pre-modification time-sharing schedule. Part II provides an overview of those cases where a party’s time-sharing is reduced to supervised or is altogether suspended for a “temporary” but seemingly indefinite period of time. Finally, Part III discusses Ryan v. Ryan, which is a useful model for managing and mitigating time-sharing suspensions and restrictions without running afoul of the appellate courts.
You can read the full article here.
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