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If child support is not paid, must visitation be allowed in Florida?

Child support and time-sharing are two different legal obligations. If a parent does not make a payment on their child support obligation, then they will be found in contempt of court. Now, if the other parent who is supposed to pay child support is not making those payments, it’s a bad idea to withhold the child or the visitation from that parent. If you do that, you will be found in contempt.

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