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Court Cannot Waive the Statutory Requirement That the Parties Must Allege a Substantial Change in Circumstances to Obtain Any Future Modification of Time-Sharing

In the November 2012 the 2nd DCA remanded the case of case of Blackburn v. Blackburn, back to the trial court when the Final Judgment adopting the recommendations of the magistrate erroneously waived the statutory requirement that the parties allege a substantial change in circumstances to obtain any future modification of time-sharing. At the time of Read More

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