My husband filed for divorce and in his petition put that he wants no timesharing can he change his mind in court?
Sorry for all the divorce questions but it’s my first one! my husband filed for divorce 2 months ago and requested not to have timesharing with our unborn baby (due in December) in my response I agreed with him that I should be awarded sole parental responsibility and that he should not have timesharing (I’m not trying to keep him from his child but he was cruel enough to request it, so I’m not going to force him to be in the baby’s life) anyhow, will a judge try to convince him to change his mind or can he suddenly change his mind during the hearing? the baby isn’t due until December and our court date for divorce is at the end of October, this is in florida by the way, thanks!
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