Paternity & Timesharing

When you have a child with an intimate partner, and you and your partner are not married, you may have questions or concerns regarding who has rights to the child, and how to resolve disputes regarding custody and visitation. Maybe you want to establish legal rights to your child; maybe you want to set up a regular and frequent visitation schedule; or maybe you want to set up child support payments to help raise your child. All of these concerns can be addressed through the court system.

In Florida, courts will first require that paternity of the child be established. Once this occurs, courts will then consider multiple factors to determine an appropriate timesharing schedule that is in the best interest of the child. A child support order is also entered at that time.

Call us today at (904) 510-5341 to discuss your case and find out how we can help you!

When you need a Child Custody Lawyer in Jacksonville

Unfortunately, divorce yields a myriad of possibilities and uncertainties regarding child custody and/or time-sharing. Eilert Law offers expert legal support and compassionate counsel when stability is needed most, protecting the best interests of you and your child(ren). Handling highly emotional matters such as custody, child support and visitation arrangements, we expertly advocate for your parental rights, assisting in determining the best possible arrangement for everyone involved.

We understand that joint-custody isn’t always possible. Our experienced child custody attorney will advocate on your behalf, actively seeking the best possible outcome, protecting the rights of both you and your child(ren). We will seek to identify the preferences of you and your child(ren), the best interests of all parties involved, and deliver these crucial facts in order to assist the judge in making the best possible decision. 

 Eilert Law offers consistent support for those seeking custody arrangements with intimate partners. Perhaps you and your partner never married, however you have questions and concerns related to your child’s rights, dispute resolution, visitation and custody arrangements. Maybe you want to establish legal rights to your child; maybe you want to set up a regular and frequent visitation schedule; or maybe you want to set up child support payments to help raise your child. All of these concerns can be addressed through the court system. In Florida, courts will first require that paternity of the child be established. Once this occurs, courts will then consider multiple factors to determine an appropriate time-sharing schedule that is in the best interest of the child(ren).

Ensuring the financial security of your child(ren) is one of our many specialties. Eilert Law is committed to protecting your family via skilled financial negotiation and assisting the judge in establishing child support payments under Florida state guidelines.

Eilert Law recognizes that not every child support conflict is the result of a divorce. We handle a myriad of proceedings that do not involve divorce. Whether qualifying a parent for child support via paternity establishment or a paternity disputement, we are experienced in handling all facets  of child support resolution.

Call us today to discuss your case and learn how we may best assist you!

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