Understanding Traditional Custody or Foreign Custody in Florida
A shared custody arrangement elsewhere is similar to a parenting plan under Florida law that includes shared parental decision making and a shared time-sharing or visitation schedule.
Full Custody or Sole Custody:
A full or sole custody arrangement elsewhere is similar to a parenting plan under Florida law that includes sole parental decision making, where only one parent makes decisions on behalf of the children, and there is limited or no time-sharing for the non-custodial parent.
In some circumstances, sole custody, sole decision making, and limited or no time-sharing may be awarded.
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