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Legal Information: Florida
Updated: January 27, 2020
What can I do if the other parent violates my rights to time-sharing or parental responsibility set forth in the parenting plan?
If the other parent violates your court-ordered rights in your parenting plan, you may file a petition to enforce your existing court order and ask the court to punish the parent for the violation. The court may punish the parent by ordering one of the other remedies listed in the prior question.1
1 Fla. Stat. § 61.13(4)
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