In a child custody and visitation proceeding, a Court may exercise home state jurisdiction if at any time during the six months preceding the filing of the petition, Florida was the child's home state. In Barnes v. Barnes the Florida Court of Appeal recently stated: "This court has concluded that section 61.514(1)(a) permits the exercise of home state jurisdiction if, at any time during the six months preceding the filing of the custody proceeding, Florida qualified as the child's home state. Sarpel v.Eflanli, 65 So. 3d 1080,1084 (Fla. 4th DCA 2011)...
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