Tampa Child Custody Attorney Gary Dolgin Explains Enforcement of The Time-Sharing Schedule In The Parenting Plan

When a parent refuses to comply with the time-sharing schedule in the parenting plan without proper cause, statute F.S. 61.13(4)(c) lists a number of sanctions that the court may impose, such as:

1. After calculating the amount of time-sharing improperly denied, the parent denied time may be awarded a sufficient amount of extra time-sharing to compensate for the time-sharing missed.

2. The court may order the offending parent to pay reasonable court costs and attorney’s fees incurred by the non-offending parent.

3. The court may order the offending parent to attend a parenting course approved by the judicial circuit.

4. The court may order the offending parent to do community service.

5. The court may order the offending parent to have the financial burden of promoting frequent and continuing contact when that parent and child reside further than 60 miles from the other parent.

6. If requested by the non-offending parent, the court may modify the parenting plan, if it is in the best interests of the child.

7. The court may impose any other reasonable sanction as a result of noncompliance.

Here at The Law Offices of Gary S. Dolgin, we have been helping mothers and fathers with relocation and child custody for over 30 years in the Tampa area.

We have also been committed to protecting children’s best interests while helping to advocate for their parent’s rights.

If you are having any child custody issues such as relocation, determining parental responsibility, time-sharing problems, or any other custody issue that may be causing an unhealthy situation for your child, or negatively affecting your parental rights, we are here to help you.

To schedule a child custody consultation with Gary Dolgin, give us a call at (813) 999-2772, and it will be our pleasure to help you.

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