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What happens in Florida when visitation rights are frustrated?

If the other parent is keeping your child away from you, what you need to do is file a Motion for Contempt and enforce the order that you have. Your order has to be clear and unambiguous. Once you file your motion, you have to serve it on the other parent. At that point you move forward with the hearing, show the judge that the other parent has been keeping the child away from you, and you have lost time with the child. The judge might give you more time with the child at that point. Please talk to an attorney to figure out exactly how to move forward.

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