If child support is not paid, must visitation be allowed in Florida?
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Yes, visitation must still be allowed in Florida, even if the other party is not paying child support. You should never take matters into your hand without first seeking approval from the court. What you can do is you can file a contempt motion to enforce the child support payment, or file a supplemental petition to modify the time-sharing and child support payment to ask the court to grant you more time-sharing with the child because the other parent is not pulling their weight.