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Current law directs a judge to consider the needs and interests of the children first when determining a parenting plan and time-sharing schedule.
Parents exercising substantial time-sharing incur their own child rearing expenses when they time-share, and are duplicating payment for items already included in their child support.
The 50/50 time-sharing can be argued against in some situations, including when the safety, well-being, and physical, mental, and emotional health of the child would be endangered by equal time-sharing.
In the years following the issuance of Statements 66 and 67, changes in the methods used by the real estate time-sharing industry to offer its products resulted in divergent accounting practices including practices associated with revenue recognition, recording of credit losses, and the treatment of selling costs.
We expect to see more urban time-sharing, especially as a key component of a multi-location network of resorts or clubs.
Right-to-use time-sharing is usually a license, lease, or club membership-in other words, a contractual relationship which does not convey title to real estate.
The Senate bill originally called for a "presumption" that equal time-sharing between parents was in the best interest of the child.
Concurrently, the Financial Accounting Standards Board has issued an exposure draft of a proposed statement, Accounting for Real Estate Time-Sharing Transactions--an amendment of FASB Statements No.
Tom Lee, R-Brandon, introduced an amendment, adopted without objection, that changed the language in the time-sharing provisions of the bill, which he said softened the requirement there be a "presumption" that equal time sharing was in the best interest of the child, subject to other considerations enumerated in law.
House committees have approved separate bills on alimony and time-sharing and sent them to the House floor.
The Family Law Section's advocacy on time-sharing of children issues comes as the House and Senate consider a bill overhauling the state's alimony law, which the section supports.
EC directives for self-employed commercial agents and on time-sharing - apples, oranges and the core of the information overload problem