by Robin Roshkind, Esquire, West Palm Beach, Florida
Divorcing couples can usually let a judge decide on an equitable split of marital assets and debts. They can also agree in mediation to spousal support (alimony) and who will pay what household bills. But when it comes to the parties’ children, neither the husband or the wife will admit they are “bad” parents. So time sharing of the minor children can be a hotly contested divorce issue that a judge will have to decide.
If you are a parent who basically ignores homework, school plays, sports games, then you run the risk of less time with your children because it is what you do anyway. If you are partying until dawn, drinking and driving, or have other personal issues, it is likely that you will have less time with your children, or even have supervised time sharing. (No court wants a…
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