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If your daughter has moved in with you, the best thing to do is file a Motion to Modify the Parenting Plan. This serves multiple purposes - first, it prevents the other custodial parent
from later trying to use the original court order to force your daughter to go back. Second, it allows you to change the child support
order so that you're not paying support for a child who lives with you (or from the state taking the money automatically out of your pay). The judge will consider her reasons for moving in with her, as well as her wishes, since she is 16 years old, so the modification really should be just a formality to protect you.
As far as your son goes, the court where the original order is entered retains jurisdiction to enforce it. So, jurisdiction for having her held in contempt of court lies in Florida. Once you get a contempt judgment in Florida, the New York courts are required by the Constitution to enforce it.
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