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How do I get a reverse custody order

1 Answers. Asked on Oct 25th, 2013 on Child Custody - Florida
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I voluntary gave temporary custody of my kids to their fathers parents due to unstable living in my home. I am suppose to get them 24 hours a week which they followed at first but now since the father and I are no longer together they are refusing me to see my kids. I have a stable home life know and desperately want my kids back or to at least get to see them on a regular basis.
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Answered on Oct 26th, 2013 at 5:14 PM

I assume that  there was some type of temporary custody by relative order in place. In order to modify that, a Supplemental Petition will need to be filed.

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