Atlanta, GA asked in Family Law for Florida

Q: How does a unwed farther with childern get vistion right when mother wont allow him have visit. An what can be done to b

The unwed farther n mother had a agreements on farther get weekends and every other hoilday. But now mother got new boyfriend the farther cant see the childern. All farther wants is to see childern now n file for full custody when get better living ground. The boyfriend has multiple 3degree felony he associated with gang violence.

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Destardes Moore
Destardes Moore
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A: Generally, an unwed father must file a Petition to Determine Paternity and Establish Time-sharing with the Court in order to obtain visitation rights with their children. Additional documents are required which are listed on the Petition's instructions. The Packet that contains the necessary documents can be obtained from the Clerk's office. Once all of the completed documents have been filed with the Court, the Father should attend a parenting course. Thereafter, mediation and a court hearing may be necessary if the parties cannot come to an agreement on time-sharing. In some cases, a DNA test may be required depending on the facts of the case. Good Luck!

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