You will want to file a Request for Hearing to get a hearing on your motion.
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Now that you have filed your motion, you have to schedule the hearing. That involves contacting the judicial assistant and coordinating dates with them and opposing parties. Good luck.
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Set up a hearing on your motion with the judicial assistant to the judge. It is best to get 3 dates and times, and coordinate it with the opponent for one that works.
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It will depend on the particular procedure in your area. If there is a pro se coordinator for family law, then you will likely have to schedule through that office which in turn will schedule with the judge. You can also contact the Judges assistant to set the hearing. As far as a motion, you can file a motion for parenting time. I believe there is a Florida Bar approved form that may help guide you.
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