In a child custody and visitation matter, absent an emergency, the failure to give notice of a temporary custody hearing is a denial of due process. In a recent case captioned Suleiman v. Suleiman the Florida Court of Appeal had before it a case where the former husband obtained an emergency ex parte order which modified the parties' timesharing schedule. The Court of Appeal reversed because the former wife was denied due process and because the modification of the custody and visitation schedule was inappropriate. A final judgment of dissolution was entered on January 22, 2008. The father was awarded visitation with the children every Wednesday and on alternating weekends. The former wife later remarried and moved to Polk County, Florida, with the children and her new husband. The former wife took the children out of the Orange County schools and enrolled them in schools in Polk County.
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