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What happens in Florida when visitation rights are frustrated?

When visitation rights are frustrated in Florida, if there’s a court order, then the parent who has the claim can go to court and ask the judge to find the other parent in violation. There can be a contempt order stating that that parent has violated the time-share agreement.

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