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*Due to rules of your state bar or mine, nothing herein is intended as legal advice, only intended as general information to better help yourself.*
If there is no custody order for one of the sons, the noncustodial parent has no obligation to return the child. Absent a court order or proceeding concerning the child, the parent in possession of the child has custody can choose whether to allow the child to visit with the other parent.
That said, you will need to petition the Florida court for an order regarding the child that is being held in violation of the court order. I suggest that you retain legal counsel in Florida at once
Here is a link to a free site that may assist you in locating competent legal counsel: www.Martindale.com
Even though I am the custodial parent in Virginia? Why would I need to petition the Florida courts?
Because the child is in Florida and according to your post the police will not enforce the Virginia order. They will enforce the Florida order
How do you go about petitioning the courts in FL? Do you have to physically go there?
Unfortunately you will need to either appear in Florida or retain counsel in Florida to appear in your behalf. I suggest that you retain counsel in Florida