What are my rights in regards to providing/not providing an address to my spouse for visitation with my children?

I am currently filing for divorce and my spouse and I have an agreement for shared custody of our children. I currently do not have a permanent address but when I have my children I have been staying with a friend and her child. I have been doing this for a month but now my spouse is threatening to keep the children from me if I do not provider with my friend’s address and she has also been harassing my friend with phone calls and text messages. She has also stated that she wants the address for government aid forms. What are my options?

Asked on July 31, 2012 under Family Law, Florida

Answers:

david slater / david p.slater, esq.

Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

Your agreement should provide for the exchange of addresses. Both of you have the same rights to know the whereabouts of and be able to contact your children.


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