Mail the Magistrate's Report and Recommendations. This is a Dissolution of Marriage Case.One of the Magistrate's recommendations stated, "The parties are encouraged to reach an agreement which can be fully performed. In absence of an agreement, the court shall set this cause for a... Read more »
She witnessed her father harm me. I have a restraining order and full Custody, but he gets her every other weekend court ordered. I'm afraid he is letting her see things that are extremely inappropriate and I'm worried for her safety. What should I do?
The requirement to file for divorce in Florida is residency for six months prior to filing. So you do qualify to file in Florida. If you have a minor child living in NC that would possibly change my answer. We have an informative website at www.ForMyDivorce.com
It also depends on whether support has "legally" terminated. In Florida support can continue to 19 if the child is still in high school (with some exceptions). You are absolutely safe if the child is 18 and has graduated.
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