Who has Rights
IIn Florida, an unmarried parent does not automatically have rights to time sharing with their child and it becomes necessary to file a paternity action to have the court grant you your rights to see your child, when the child’s other parent does not agree to let you see them.
Modification of Time Sharing, Child Support and/ or Alimony
In Florida, if there is a substantial change in circumstances, after the entry of a final judgment, in any family law case, either party can file a modification proceeding to change time sharing, child support and/ or alimony.
Relocation of Children
In Florida, if a parent seeks to move with a child more than 50 miles from the place they resided at the time of the last order entered in their family law case, they must be granted permission to do so. We can file a petition for relocation and/ or help reach a settlement agreement with the other parent to establish a long distance parenting plan.