The good news is that, in Florida, you can file a supplemental petition to modify a final judgment. However, modification proceedings are not as easy as one may think. To modify a final judgment, the petitioning party needs to show and prove “substantial change of circumstances,” that were unanticipated, permanent and involuntarily since the entry of the final judgment or the last modified final judgment.
We get it. You are angry, frustrated, and tired of dealing with your former partner. You are not reaching a mutually acceptable and voluntary agreement. But you know what? You need to get focused and work on getting ready for Mediation.
Same Sex Divorce A few months ago, we wrote an article on same sex marriage and immigrant visa petitions. But there are many more aspects of this new law that benefit the LGBT community, and one of them is same sex divorce. With this new law comes a great opportunity for equal protection under the [...]