- What is Collaborative Divorce?
- Why Use Collaborative Divorce?
- The Benefits of Collaborative Divorce
- 7 Reasons to Consider Collaborative Divorce
- Collaborative Divorce: Why the Underwhelming Advance?
- Collaborative Family Law In Florida
- Cohabitation And Your Rights In Florida
- Florida Child Support Law
- The Benefits Of Divorce Mediation
- 10 Commandments For Parents From A Child Of Divorce
CLERKS OF COURT
Escambia County Clerk of Court
190 Governmental Center, Pensacola, FL
Family Law Division: 850-595-4331
Santa Rosa County Clerk of Court
6865 Caroline Street, Milton, FL
Family Law Division: 850-981-5570
FAMILY LAW FORMS
- Financial Affidavit-Long Form
- Financial Affidavit-Short Form
- Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
- Child Support Guidelines Worksheet
IMPORTANT FAMILY LAW STATUTES
- Florida Statute Section 61.052 Dissolution of marriage
- Florida Statute Section 61.075 Equitable distribution of marital assets and liabilities
- Florida Statute Section 61.13 Fl. Stat. Support of children; parenting and time-sharing; powers of court.
- Florida Statute Section 61.13001 Parental relocation with a child.
- Florida Statute Section 61.1301 Income deduction orders.
- Florida Statute Section 61.17 Alimony and child support; additional method for enforcing orders and judgments; costs, expenses.
- Florida Statute Section 61.181 Depository for alimony transactions, support, maintenance, and support payments; fees.
- Florida Statute Section 61.1811 Clerk of the Court Child Support Enforcement Collection System Trust Fund.
- Florida Statute Section 61.183 Mediation of certain contested issues.
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We have worked with many families in Escambia, Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties. To learn more about our collaborative approach, call our Pensacola office for an initial consultation at 850-450-1755 or use our online form.