Personalized Care During Parenting Plan And Support Concerns
“Which parent will provide care for the children?” This is one of the most asked questions by parents during divorce proceedings. Since creating a strong and effective parenting plan can be vital in providing for the emotional and physical well-being of your children, it is important to get the job done correctly.
When beginning the process of creating a parenting plan, the assistance of an experienced lawyer can be key to developing a workable plan, avoiding future legal costs and avoiding animosity.
At Antonio J. Perez-Benitoa, P.A., we leverage more than 32 years of family law experience to assist parents in the Naples, Florida area in the search for effective child custody and parenting plans and visitation schedules. Our work in family law has given us strong negotiation skills and extensive litigation experience, allowing us to help you find customized solutions to your child custody and parenting plan concerns.
Detailed Parenting Plan / Child Custody Guidance
Experience combined with a creative approach to parenting plan matters allows us to offer the detailed guidance you need to negotiate a plan or to have your voice and opinions heard during court proceedings relating to your children’s well-being. Our attorneys take great care to examine your family’s history before offering advice in this area.
Florida law considers many factors in determining parenting plans, including family history, the age of the children and any special needs the children may have. Throughout the process, we will work diligently to offer the information you need to understand how these factors affect your specific situation, giving you the ability to make informed decisions every step of the way.
Personalized Child Support Assistance
Child support payments depend on many factors, including each parent’s income and the amount of time spent with the children under the parenting plan. We can help you understand how these factors relate to your situation while negotiating a support arrangement or pleading your case before the courts.