Do This; Don’t Do That: Timesharing

This week, we give you a “do” and a “don’t” to help with a dissolution of marriage and timesharing matters.

DO: Keep Records

It is important that you keep records of your financial contributions to your child. When calculating child support, the court will consider current and past financial contributions.

DON’T: Withhold Timesharing

Courts generally frown on one parent preventing the other from visiting the child. Assuming that the other parent is fit to care for the child, the court will likely award custody to the parent that is willing to facilitate the parental relationship with the other parent.

Family law matters can be difficult. If you are dealing with a dissolution of marriage or a timesharing matter, our timesharing and dissolutuion of marriage attorneys at Mosaic Law Firm would love to speak to you. Contact us at (407) 675-3249 or (202) 508-8249 or at

Author Bio

Orlando Sheppard

Orlando Sheppard is a Co-Founder and Partner of Purely Legal, a multi-state personal injury law firm serving clients in Florida, Georgia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. He handles a wide range of personal injury matters, including car accidents, bike accidents, dog bites, premise liability, slip and falls, and wrongful death.

Orlando received his Juris Doctor from Florida A&M University College of Law and is a member of the Florida Bar, the Maryland State Bar Association, and the Orange County Bar Association.

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