How To Modify Divorce Final Judgments And Other Family Court Orders In Florida

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by Robin Roshkind, Esquire, West Palm Beach, Florida

In Palm Beach County, Florida, once the divorce is over and a final judgment is entered, there are certain aspects of the divorce that are literally carved in stone.  Equitable distribution of assets and debts, once decided, and unless taken up to the appellate court, are final.  If a judge made an error of fact or law in considering the equitable distribution of assets or debts of the marriage,  the flawed final judgment must go up on appeal rather quickly.  You have 10 days to file for a rehearing, and then 30 days to file a notice of appeal.  If there is no error of fact or law, then the equitable distribution scheme is set in stone.  The parties must follow the intent of the order by transferring assets, title, or rolling over retirement plans.  The parties must pay the debts assigned…

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