When will the court order supervised parenting time in Florida?
Supervised parenting time in Florida is awarded when it is required to meet the best interest of the children. For example, if a parent has a drug or alcohol abuse problem, it may not be in the best interest of the child to be left alone with that parent. Supervised time sharing may be awarded. There may be an issue with violence or domestic violence. In that situation, courts may award supervised visitation. In order to obtain a supervised visitation order, you must go to court, you must plead the request for supervised visitation and present evidence sufficient for the judge to award it.