Violation of the Parenting Plan

by | Aug 21, 2020 | Firm News, Florida Family Law

What can I do if my parenting plan says I am entitled to one phone call a day and her father refuses to let me speak to her? My parenting plan says each parent is allowed one call each day to out four-year-old daughter before 7:00 pm (her bedtime). My daughter’s father refuses to let me speak to her. I do not harass him. I simply text him “when can I talk to her?” and he replies, “at my leisure” and never allows her to call. I’ve been documenting everything. I am not sure what my next step should be. 

Refusing to allow communications between a parent and child could be a violation of shared parental responsibility and a possible contempt issue. Communication with a child is very important, especially at a young age! You should contact us at the law offices of Mark E. Sawicki, P.A. today for a free consultation and to go over your unique parenting plan.