TEMPORARY CUSTODY


In certain situations, it may be necessary that custody of a child be temporarily awarded to a family member. Florida law allows for such a custody arrangement on a specific basis. A Petition for Temporary Custody by a Family Member must be filed with the Court, and the reasons for the necessity of the temporary custody must be specifically written into the Petition.

In many cases the parents of the child will consent to such an arrangement. However, if one or the other parent does not consent, then a family law judge will make a determination whether the temporary custody to a family member should be awarded.

Lisa York Law can represent either the parent, or the family member seeking the temporary custody. We will be with you every step of the way to determine what is in the best interest of the child.

"SOMETIMES YOU GET THE BEST LIGHT FROM A BURNING BRIDGE"

- DON HENLEY

"SOMETIMES YOU GET THE BEST LIGHT FROM A BURNING BRIDGE"

- DON HENLEY

"SOMETIMES YOU GET THE BEST LIGHT FROM A BURNING BRIDGE"

- DON HENLEY

"SOMETIMES YOU GET THE BEST LIGHT FROM A BURNING BRIDGE"

- DON HENLEY

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