She is not letting me see him just cause? There is no reason so wat can I do?
You have no rights until you have a paternity order. If she "admitted" paternity when you filed your petition, you can ask the court to enter a "judgment on the pleadings" for paternity. Then, you have a right to ask for temporary time sharing with your child. Good luck to you.
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Florida law presumes that it is in the best interest of children that they spend time with both parents. The exception to this general rule is when it would be detrimental for kids to spend time with a parent(s); e.g., he/she is violent, mentally unstable, sex offender, etc. So, assuming you are a "run of the mill" dad her denying you contact with your son is unreasonable. From the information you have provided it looks like you need to file a motion for temporary time-sharing during the pending divorce case. I strongly recommend you get a local attorney for this because you will need to file the motion, schedule a hearing, prepare for the hearing and then convince the Judge via testimony and evidence that your request should be granted. Also, your judicial circuit may have some administrative orders applicable to motions for temporary matters.
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