Enforcing orders in Collier Country

My Ex Isn’t Following Orders, What Can I Do In Naples, Florida Courts?

Parenting agreements are documents which are frozen in time. The children grow up. The parties get into new relationships. The ups and downs of life are almost always completely unanticipated by the parenting agreement. So, it’s inevitable that one of the parties will eventually stop following a clause in the parenting agreement or act in…

Modifying visitation in Collier County, Florida

What Is Required In A Petition For Modification Of Custody/Parenting Time In Naples, Florida?

In Naples, Florida, to modify an existing order that lays out the parenting time and/or custody of a child, it depends on what the circumstances are. There are three possible circumstances and I go into each below. Emergency Modification. If the child may be subject to physical harm or may be suffer from some type…

Denial of parenting time in Collier County, Florida

I Am Being Denied Visitation With My Child In Naples, Florida. What Can I Do?

Visitation or, as it’s called now under the 2008 Florida statute, parenting time is determined by the two parents entering into a parenting agreement or the court ordering a parenting schedule. The parenting agreement or parenting schedule will outline the time you will spend with the child.  If you are have not prepared a parenting…