In Florida, too, there is no legal concept like “custody” of children. Terms that reflect the nature of the time-sharing schedule include “increased time sharing” and “equitable time sharing”. Custody in Florida is based on Florida`s statutes, previous court decisions, and general policy and attitude of the courts. Custody and education decisions are primarily based on the “well-being of the child.” This means that the entire custody decision is centred on the interests of the children, not the interests of the parents. If the response is consistent with your petition, call the administrator for organizing a final hearing. Inform the other party of the scheduled hearing with a notice of hearing. If the party disagrees with your petition and proposes an alternative timeline, you can work together to reach an agreement or you will file a notice for the trial. If the party does not have an answer, you can submit a default request. . . .