• Free Initial Consultation - ALWAYS! (407) 233-3212
  • Payment Plans Available in Most Cases! (407) 233-3212
  • Call Now! (407) 233-3212
  • Free Initial Consultation - ALWAYS! (407) 233-3212
  • Payment Plans Available in Most Cases! (407) 233-3212
  • Call Now! (407) 233-3212
  • Free Initial Consultation - ALWAYS! (407) 233-3212
  • Payment Plans Available in Most Cases! (407) 233-3212
  • Call Now! (407) 233-3212

Family Law

Learn more

Criminal Defense

Learn more

Civil Litigation

Learn more

Enforcing Parental Rights

Enforcing Parental Rights And Time-Sharing In Florida

Under Florida law parent’s are entitled to equal access to their children; however, there are certain times when one parent or the other should enjoy the majority of time sharing with the child(ren). Central Florida family law attorney Stanley M. Silver believes that each parent should enjoy time sharing, contact, and access with their children as is the children’s material best interests. Stanley M. Silver Attorney at Law P.A., provides aggressive and compassionate representation to all parent’s seeking favorable time-sharing orders. With 25 years of legal experience in the Central Florida area, Stanley M. Silver has cultivated a reputation as one of Seminole County’s most respected time-sharing, contact, custody and visitation lawyers.

Protecting Your Rights As A Parent

In the state of Florida, each parent is specifically guaranteed a number of rights regarding time-sharing, contact, access, and visitation with their children; however, there are several statutory factors that can impact the family court’s decision on how those rights are extended. Because all parent’s have a right to equal time sharing, contact, access, or visitation with a child it can become necessary for them to petition or motion the court to modify or enforce previous orders. Moreover, it may become necessary to enforce or ensure their right to know and participate in all activities in which their child(ren) are involved. These statutory factors can include such issues as the moral fitness of a parent; the emotional, mental or physical health of a parent; a parent’s criminal record or history as well as other factors which can be used to argue that a parent’s rights should be restricted.

If you are a parent seeking to protect your children, your time sharing rights, the enforcement of a previous time-sharing order or parenting plan, or you seek to modify your existing time sharing, contact, access, or visitation schedule, an aggressive family law lawyer can represent you in the courts and fight for your parental rights. Stanley M. Silver, Attorney at Law,P.A. is ready to help. As a time sharing, contact, parental responsibility, visitation and custody attorney, Stanley M. Silver has represented many parents, mother’s and father’s in Osceola, Orange, and Seminole Counties, and he will fight for your right to be a parent to your children.

A Compassionate Parents’s Rights Lawyer In Seminole County

Serving Seminole County as well communities throughout Orange and Osceola Counties, including Orlando, Longwood, Sanford, Altamonte Springs, Winter Park, Casselberry, Wekiva Springs, Apopka, and Maitland, Stanley M. Silver has the experience necessary and required to properly represent your interests as a mother or a father. Throughout his decades-long career as a custody and Family lawyer, he has helped countless parents assert, create and enforce their rights to be present in their children’s lives, and he is ready, willing and able to help you do the same. Stanley M. Silver offers free consultations for all parents in visitation and time-sharing cases, and he will be your advocate in the Central Florida Family Courts.

Call Today For A Free Consultation

Visitation and time-sharing cases can be emotional and stressful for parents. For aggressive, compassionate legal counsel, contact the Longwood, Florida law office of Stanley M. Silver, Attorney at Law, P.A., at (407) 233-3212, and schedule a free consultation now with one of Central Florida’s experienced parental rights attorneys.