My question involves a child custody case from the State of: FLORIDA
I was wondering if the custodial parent can deny visitation to non custodial parent because they (non custodial parent) is moving out of state. The custodial parent says they don't have to agree with the non custodial parent moving out of state, and if which they choose to do so they will not see their child. There is a joint custody agreement between the two parents. 60% and 40%. Can the primary parent do this? Just because they say no? And when the primary or custodial parent says this the child gets upset then they lie and say they never said that. Will a judge deny visitation because the custodial parent says no and wont agree to the non custodial parent moving. Thanks for any help.