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Changes To Florida Statutes
Effective July 1, 2008, changes to Florida Statute Section 61.075 took effect, This Statute relates to the equitable distribution of marital assets and liabilities.
What do these changes mean for couples considering divorce?
Coming October 1, 2008 is legislation that will affect child custody.
For more information on these and other laws that may affect your family, please call our offices. Attorney Andrew Smith will consult with clients.
Florida is a no-fault divorce state. The only requirements to getting a Florida divorce is that the marriage is irretrievably broken and that the filing spouse meets the residency requirements. The only other ground for divorce in Florida besides the marriage being irretrievably broken is mental incapacity of one of the spouses.
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