My husband and I originally lived in Saint Johns County during our marriage. My husband moved out and moved to Duval County. I'm worried because all the information I have researched says that I should have filed in the county were I lived or the county were we last lived together as husband... Read more »
In Florida to file for divorce in any county you must show proof of residency. To satisfy this requirement at least one of the parties must be a Florida resident for six months or more immediately prior to filing for divorce.
Since your husband did not timely object to your choice of venue...Read more »
I would need more information to answer your question fully. For example, If spouses own an income property, assuming the income property is jointly titled and was purchased during the marriage, the income property is subject to division on divorce. In this scenario, when an income property is not...Read more »
Assuming she filed in Florida you need an Attorney Licensed in Florida only. The only caution I would advise is that you would need to make sure that the Court and spouse have your new address. Otherwise, they would use the old martial home address.
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