Florida Proceedings After Dissolution Of Marriage
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A final judgment of dissolution of marriage often is not the end of the process. This manual examines what comes next—appeals, enforcement, and modification. Chapters discuss analysis of the case to decide what action can be taken effectively and the procedures to follow. Also addressed are registration, enforcement, and modification of foreign judgments in Florida, the Child Support Enforcement Program, and the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act.
In the latest edition, readers will find:
- Fully restructured Chapter 1 (Appeals).
- Updated case law and forms.
- Hot Topics:
- Discussion of estoppel added to Chapter 4 (Modification of Property Rights).
- Discussion of court's ability to convert permanent periodic alimony to durational alimony in Chapter 6 (Modification of Alimony).
- Update to the number of states that have adopted the 2005 Uniform Out-Of-Country Foreign Money-Judgment Recognition Act (Florida is not one of them).
- Discussion of missing children that are family abductions and the legislation in Florida to help prevent abduction by a parent.
- Discussion of collection by the Secretary of the State instead of the IRS.
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The ISBN for the 14th Edition was 9781522189527.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Appeals
Mark F. Baseman
Chapter 2 Jurisdiction, Venue, And Service Of Process
John O. Williams and Hunter J. Hendrix
Chapter 3 Enforcement
Heather B. Quick
Chapter 4 Modification Of Property Rights
Dolly Hernandez and Robert Stone Jeffrey
Chapter 5 Modification Of Parental Responsibility
Jane H. Grossman
Chapter 6 Modification Of Alimony
Susan W. Savard
Chapter 7 Modification Of Child Support
Chapter 8 Uniform Interstate Family Support Act
Juliette E. Lippman
Chapter 9 Foreign Judgments
Mary Lou Cuellar-Stilo and Cory Aaron Brandfon
Chapter 10 The Child Support Enforcement Program
Harriet W. Williams