by | Jun 25, 2020 | Firm News, Florida Family Law

Our timesharing agreement says we have the alternate weekend schedule and during holidays if a parent would end up with 3 weekends, we would exchange, so no one has 3 weekends in a row. The father had two consecutive weeks in summer, and we follow the regular alternate weekends during summer break. If he picks her up on his regular Friday, shouldn’t he be returning her exactly two weeks later?

Scheduling issues should be settled pursuant to the timesharing plan. Normally, a parent has a two-week period locked in no matter what. If the agreement says no more than two weekends in a row, that language would trump the default language. However, you should contact an experienced family law attorney like Mark E. Sawicki, P.A. to analyze your timesharing agreement and make sure you get your scheduled time with your child.