In a child custody and visitation matter, a party seeking a stay pending appeal must demonstrate a likelihood of prevailing on appeal, irreparable harm to the movant if the motion is not granted, or a showing that a stay would be in the public interest. In Lampert-Sacher v. Sacher, the Florida Court of Appeal recently stated that: "Appellant Maxine Lampert-Sacher has appealed a supplemental final judgment regarding time sharing entered in response to the second amended supplemental petition for modification filed by Mark Sacher, her former husband and appellee. Appellant's motion for stay pending appeal was denied by the trial court. Appellant now files an emergency motion for stay in this court. We treat appellant's motion as one seeking review of the trial court's denial of a stay pursuant to rule 9.310(f), Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure...
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