Yes, the wishes of a child have some influence on a custody or a parenting determination in Florida. The wishes of a Florida are but one of the many criteria that the court can consider. It depends a lot on the age of the child. It's important to note that we do not want to have children testifying in court. As a matter of fact, the courts really frown upon children testifying in court, but the wishes of a child may very well be made known in the course of a parenting evaluation by a clinical psychologist or other evaluator, and the age of a child has a great deal to do with whether that child's wishes will be considered.