In a modification of child custody and visitation proceeding, a parent's consent to extra visitation is not a basis for a modification. In Brown v. Brown the Florida Court of Appeal recently stated: "[T]he former wife, appeals a final judgment which modifies a previously entered judgment of dissolution. Because there was no showing of a substantial and material change in circumstances, we reverse. The parties' agreement as to child custody and support, among other things, was adopted by the trial court in its final judgment of dissolution. Thereafter, the former husband moved to modify that part of the judgment pertaining to custody and child support.
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