Florida Code | Chapter 61 Article 046

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FLH0781FailRequires court to order shared parental responsibility if it is in best interests of child; provides that clear & convincing evidence of certain conduct creates certain rebuttable presumption; authorizes parent to rebut such presumption if specified ...
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2022-03-14
Died in Civil Justice & Property Rights Subcommittee
FLS1106FailCiting this act as "Greyson's Law"; requiring a court to order shared parental responsibility if it is found to be in the best interests of the child based on certain factors; providing that clear and convincing evidence of certain conduct creates a ...
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2022-03-14
Died in Judiciary
FLS1796Enroll

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Requiring the court to make certain written findings in its awards of alimony; removing the court's ability to consider adultery of either spouse in determining the amount of an alimony award; revising factors that the court must consider in determin...
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2022-03-09
Ordered enrolled
FLH1395Intro

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Revises various provisions relating to dissolution of marriage & alimony; creates presumption that equal time-sharing is in best interests of minor child; creates presumption for purposes of modifying parenting plan or time-sharing schedule; authoriz...
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2022-03-08
Laid on Table, refer to CS/CS/SB 1796
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