Legal Question in Family Law in Florida

If my children's father cannot take the kids on the dates appointed for his visitation due to his extracurricular activities, do I by law have to exchange the days for him to have the kids? In other words, if he has a scheduling conflict on the said day, do I have to exchange that day for a day that is more convenient for him or can he just miss that day.

Asked on 10/10/13, 9:00 am

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R. Jason de Groot R. Jason de Groot, P.A.
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You are required to work together for this sort of thing, not doing so can only lead to problems.

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10/10/13, 9:08 am
John Smitten Carey and Leisure
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You are supposed to comply with the order, yes, if becomes a regular ongoing thing with his schedule then you may consider going back to court to change the schedule.

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10/10/13, 9:16 am
Robert McCall Law Office of Robert McCall
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Usually the Judge puts language in the Order as to what is supposed to happen when there are conflicts as you describe. Read the Order carefully.

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10/10/13, 12:03 pm

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