Pursuant to Florida Statute 61.14 “either party may apply to the circuit court of the circuit in which the parties, or either of them, resided at the date of the execution of the agreement or reside at the date of the application, or in which the agreement was executed or in which the order was rendered”
What does that mean in layman’s terms?
You can file in the Circuit in which you lives;
You can file in the Circuit in which your Former Spouse lives;
You can file in the Circuit in which you lived at the time you signed your Marital Settlement Agreement;
You can file in the Circuit in which your Former Spouse lived at the time you signed your Marital Settlement Agreement;
You can file in the Circuit where your Marital Settlement Agreement was signed;
You can file in the Circuit where the order you seek to modify was entered.
If you can any questions the attorneys at Weiner & Weiss, LLC, can assist you.
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