08 Jan Florida Child Visitation Rights: Electronic Communication
Florida Child Visitation Rights & Electronic Communication
Florida Child Visitation Rights. Sometimes life events interferes with the quality of the relationship that you would like to foster with your son or daughter. Be it that you had to move, your schedule at work is cumbersome or the proposed time sharing plan simply doesn’t provide you with enough time with your child. Whatever the cause may be, Miami divorce attorney Jeffrey Alan Aenlle may be able to help.
Under Florida Statute §61.13003 (2011), Florida courts may order electronic communications between parent and child in an effort to foster the relationship. The court considers a few factors in determining whether the order should be issued. They are:
1. Whether electronic communication is in a child’s best interests;
2. Whether communication equipment and technology to provide electronic communication is reasonably available, accessible, and affordable;
3. Each parent’s history of substance abuse or domestic violence; and
4. Any other factor that the court considers material.
Have more any more questions about Florida Child Visitation Rights? A Miami Divorce Attorney will be able to answer your questions. We offer free consultations and will let you know if we can help, or will point you to someone who can.
Give the Law Offices of Jeffrey Alan Aenlle a call at 786.309.8588.