Firm Partner Steven Spann co-wrote an article with Barbara Galvez-Diaz, Esq. for the most recent edition of The Florida Bar Family Law Section Commentator on Treacherous Waters: Navigating Time-Sharing Restrictions Post C.N.
The Florida Supreme Court issued its opinion in C.N. v. I.G.C., 316 So.3d 287, 288 (Fla. 2021), and held that there is no requirement that a final judgment “modif[ying] a preexisting parenting plan must give a parent ‘concrete steps’ to restore lost time-sharing and return to premodification status quo.” (Emphasis added.) Id. Instead, the Court held that “concrete steps” are a matter of judicial discretion.
You can read the full article here.
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