My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Florida
Hello and thank you for reading.
My question involves the issue of visitation.
For the past nine months the father has been separated from the mother of their two children, two boys aged 4 and 2. They were never married.
There are no court, orders, motions, or attorneys involved, and if at all possible the parents both appear to hold, and possess, the dedicated resolve and determined desire to continue to advance though such a secure, inspiring, and solicitous path.
The mother is very liberal about the children seeing their father.
The father sends money every month to help pay for expenses incurred in the raising of their two children.
The question is as follows:
Does the father have the right to visit the children's daycare during the day without notifying the mother?
The father is not in any way, shape, or form implying that a father has the right to take the children out of school without the knowldege of their mother. The father is simply asking himself, pondering in a way, if it is or if it may be possible to drive, walk in the direction of, enter, and spend time at the daycare, talk to the teachers and providers, possibly see the children, without the putative obligation to call, text, email or in a general way inform the mother about his intent to do so. It is the father's wish to spend time during the week at the daycare, as the father aspires or desires to do so, when and if doing so may simply tickles his fancy because he is the father of said children and they the children of said father, as the mother herself may or regularly does so with their own children.