When unmarried individuals have a child together, a paternity action is necessary to establish the father’s legal rights, a parenting plan, and child support. At Anton Castro Law, our Tampa paternity attorneys are experienced in creating parenting plans that deal with a variety of parenting issues, including communication between parents and children, Florida child support, and timesharing, more commonly known as child custody or visitation. In addition to the larger issues of support and timesharing, paternity actions also deal with parental responsibility, the child’s health insurance, payment of child care, and a variety of other issues. A main component of every parenting plan involves a timesharing schedule detailing when each party will spend time with the child. A parenting plan, amongst other things, describes in detail how each parent will participate in the upbringing of the parties’ child. Every timesharing plan must be in the best interest of the child in order to be approved by the Court.
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