Absolutely not. Both parents have a right to visit and see their children. And in many jurisdictions in Florida, the issue, which is called a a temporary standing order, outlines the parameters of how the parties are to behave during the pendency of the litigation. One of the parameters is that the residential parent, or the parent with the majority of time sharing, has an affirmative obligation and a duty to provide time-sharing to the parent that does not have the majority time-sharing. It is a very poor choice or bad decision for one parent to alienate children from the other spouse, as that can also be a factor in determining custody at the time it goes to trial, if it does so.

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