Q: In Florida, what legal steps should father take if mother strongly restricting his time/access to his 16y/o daughter?
Mother now claiming she doesn't want father to interact with daughter at all, unless he goes through psychological evaluation.
A: You do not mention whether you have been to court or not. If you have never been to court then you can file a paternity case (assuming that you are not married). Through the court process you will get a parenting plan which specifies what time belongs to each parent. Then if she obstructs your time you can go back to court. Speak with a local family lawyer for more specific advice.
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