If a parent moves out, leaving the kids, can the moving parent still get custody/timehsharing later?
FAMILY LAW ATTORNEY FORT MYERS | DIVORCE ATTORNEY FORT MYERS
Yes, they can. The court will most likely never deny a parent from seeing their child. If they are not meeting the factors listed in chapters 61.13, then yes the court will have no other choice but to deny them visitation or time-sharing right, but they can come back at any time to petition the court to get more time sharing with their child, if their situation changes.