Best Tampa Divorce Lawyer Explains In Some Cases Removing A Child From A State Without Court’s Permission Could Be A Felony

In some instances, the court may prohibit the removal of the children by one or both parties from a defined geographical area. See e.g., Scheiner v. Scheiner, 336 So.2d 406 (Fla. 3d DCA 1976).

Removing or enticing a child beyond the limits of the state with knowledge of that order (or during pendency of the proceedings), without the court’s permission, is a felony carrying up to a 5-year prison sentence.

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