At What Age Do Visitation Rights End In Florida?
In most cases, timesharing plans are not enforceable after the child’s 18th birthday. However, if the child is still in high school, the timesharing plan may still be enforced until the child graduates from high school. In some cases, the court may order that the timesharing plan continue to be enforced while the child attends undergraduate college, though this is rare.
Of course, if a parent’s situation changes significantly and the court finds that time with the parent would be detrimental to the child, the court can revoke that parent’s rights to time with the child. This usually requires that the parent in question be convicted of criminal charges.
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