The Parenting Plan In Your Children's Best Interest

In 2008, Florida replaced the traditional child custody and visitation model with a new "parenting plan" model that more specifically identifies shared parental responsibilities, time-sharing schedules, decision-making authority and other considerations.

At the law firm of Michelle A. Barry, P.A., we can help you create a parenting plan that keeps these main aspects in mind:

  1. Promotes the best interests of your children
  2. Allows you to maintain strong relationships with your children after the divorce has been finalized
  3. Meets your family's unique needs, including unusual work schedules, your child's extracurricular activities and other considerations

Whether a custody arrangement comes out of mediation or traditional divorce proceedings, it should always be in the best interests of the children. If circumstances change, then this focus is not being met. That's why, in addition to helping clients develop smart custody arrangements, we also handle requests to modify an existing order.

Protecting Your Interests And The Interests Of Your Children

We believe strongly in your parental rights and the rights of other family members, including grandparents and even stepparents. We will work diligently to see that any parenting plan fully considers those rights and lets you have a meaningful presence in a child's life. We can also answer any custody-related questions you may have, including questions about an unmarried father's parental rights and the establishment of paternity.

Attorney Michelle A. Barry will work diligently to protect your interests and those of your children at any and every step:

Get The Personal Service You Deserve. Contact Us For A Consultation.

We are proud of the personalized service we provide to every client. Ms. Barry will handle every aspect of your case herself and keep you updated on her progress. She has a detailed understanding of Florida family law, and she is committed to helping you reach a positive outcome.

To schedule an initial consultation with our firm, call 407-622-4529 or send us an email. A free 15-minute initial telephone consultation is available to discuss your case. Email documents to us prior to a call for the most beneficial use of your time. In-person consultations are available at a reduced rate that will be put toward a retainer. We accept credit cards for your convenience.