If Florida accepts your transfer, you should be able to move your probation here. I agree with the other responses, talk to your attorney and see what needs to be done in order to move everything to Florida.
Mr. Umansky is right. She never took the first step to obey the Court's Order by failing to report so she will probably be looking at a harsh sentence. She is facing a maximum of a year in jail and you should contact an attorney for her asap. If she can't afford one, she will get the Public Defender's Office appointed to her.
You may need to get a court order depending on the terms of the injunction and any other child support or paternity orders. You should gather up all your documents and meet with an attorney to assist and advise you with this. My office is in St. Petersburg and I practice in Hillsborough so feel free to contact me if you would like a consultation.
Yes, you need an attorney. These federal agents do not have your best interest in mind. They are trying to solve their case and law enforcement are legally allowed to lie to civilians to get them to cooperate. You need an attorney who will work for you and ensure that your legal interests are protected and that you don't do anything to put yourself in an even worse situation. Hire an attorney immediately!