COVID-19 Update: Our office is open during the pandemic to assist with your family law needs. Consultations are available over the phone and you can contact us via email as well. We are receiving questions from parents about the status of parental responsibility, timesharing and visitation during the pandemic. The short answer is all court orders, settlement agreements and parenting plans remain in full force and effect. On April 2, 2020, the Chief Judge of Florida's 12th Judicial Circuit issued Administrative Order 2020-9.12 that states: "The Court expects all parties to continue to adhere to all final judgements, temporary orders, settlement agreements, or other orders of the Court awarding parental responsibility and/or decision making and/or time-sharing. The Governor's Executive Order 20-91 does not restrict or prohibit time-sharing. Executive Order 20-91 does not excuse parents of their obligation to comply with time-sharing and other provisions in their parenting plans, which includes transportation. Should one parent be unable to exercise time sharing due to COVID 19, that parent must immediately notify the other parent, by whatever means available, so that alternative means of contact may be arranged."