Unless you have unwavering reasons for Parental Plans modification, it is not something easy to do.
There are many instances where people wish to make modifications in family law cases but without
substantial proof, this may not be possible. According to the Florida Statute, section 61.13 requires that
the person that wishes to make modifications show a substantial, permanent and unanticipated change
of circumstances which helps supports the change in Parenting Plans.

The Parenting Plans can only be changed if they do embrace the children’s best interests. Unfortunately,
being able to proof said substantial, permanent and unanticipated change of circumstances can be quite
a challenge in most cases and may not yield positive results in most cases.

As such, it is especially important that you understand that a parenting plan once signed is for a lifetime.
You should therefore be in complete agreement with the schedule given. In order to change a parenting
Plan, the onus will be on you to prove beyond reasonable doubt that the current schedule is causing
harm to the child/ children.