In an injunction proceeding, if the Judge determines from the testimony and evidence and his or her in court observations of both parties that the respondent in an injunction matter has conducted him or herself in such a manner that would create reasonable cause to believe that the petitioner(s) will become the victim of domestic violence or have been the victim of domestic violence, then the court will grant an injunction. You have a family law issues it appears and the domestic violence court is not concerned about parenting and time-sharing issues as would be the family court. You need to talk to your lawyer about the possibility of pursuing a matter in the family court. This would be the proper forum to address time-sharing and parental responsibility. Since you have been divorced already, the only way to get back into court to modify the terms of your divorce decree is by demonstrating an unanticipated, involuntary change in circumstances since the entry of your final judgment. It is my advise that you discuss these issues with your attorney.
You already have an attorney, right? You need to speak only with your attorney.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq. We do not have an attorney-client relationship. I am not your lawyer. The statements I make do not constitute legal advice. Any statements made by me are based upon the limited facts you have presented, and under the premise that you will consult with a local attorney. This is not an attempt to solicit business. This disclaimer is in addition to any disclaimers that this website has made. I am only licensed in Florida.
Sorry to hear of your plight, Sir. I, too, agree with Mr. De Groot that you HAVE an attorney and he or she should be advising you to NOT use forums/blogs/social media to discuss any aspect of your case. Nor should you be talking with any 3rd-party, who is not your attorney. Stay organized and focused. Ohh, and stay positive :)
Best of luck!
Judd Bean Law
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