"Custody" in Florida Courts is known as "timesharing". Timesharing can be established in a Paternity Case, if the parents are not married, or a Divorce case, if the parents are married. This article focuses on the Paternity action process. In Florida, when the parents of a child are unmarried, the mother is the natural custodian of the child. This means that the mother has "primary residential care and custody of the child unless the court enters an order stating otherwise"!