Paternity — Child custody modification — Jurisdiction — Where Florida was child’s home state when father filed petition to modify child custody, Florida court had jurisdiction to rule on father’s petitions after mother had moved to Maryland with child and child had resided in Maryland for six months — Father’s third amended petition related back to his initial petition — Where minimum contacts have been maintained with Florida, trial court has continuing jurisdiction over its own prior decree — Petition for writ of prohibition denied
44 Fla. L. Weekly D2277a
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