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Family Law Florida Resources

19th Judicial Circuit:

19th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida

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Martin County Clerk of Court

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Indian River County Clerk of Court
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Saint Lucie County Clerk of Court

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Okeechobee County Clerk of Court

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County Bar Associations:

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Indian River County Bar Association

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Saint Lucie County Bar Association

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Florida Rules of Civil Procedure

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Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure

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Florida Rules of Judicial Administration
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Child Support:

Florida Department of Revenue

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Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals
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Collaborative Law:

International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
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Florida Academy of Collaborative Professionals
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Treasure Coast Collaborative Law Group (TCCLG)
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Family Law Florida:

19th Judicial Circuit – Family Court Information and Resources
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Florida Courts
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Florida Courts Help App
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Florida Supreme Court
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Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Forms
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Long Form Family Law Financial Affidavit
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Short Form Family Law Financial Affidavit
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Parenting Plan
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Florida Statutes:

Florida Statute 61.13 (Support of Children; Parenting and Timesharing; Powers of Court)
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Florida Statute 61.08 (Alimony)
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Florida Statute 61.30 (Child Support Guidelines)
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Florida Statute 61.075 (Equitable Distribution of Marital Assets and Liabilities)
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Florida Statute 61.16 (Attorney’s Fees, Suit Money, and Costs)
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Florida Statute Chapter 742 (Determination of Paternity)
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Florida Statutes 61.55 – 61.58 (Collaborative Law Process Act)
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