Family Law Administrative Orders – Orlando Divorce Attorney

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Family Law Administrative Orders:

You should review the following Administrative Orders for the County that the divorce or family law case is being filed. Administrative Orders go into effect when a case is filed and govern the parties conduct during their family law proceeding. If a party violates an Administrative Order they can be found in contempt and sanctioned accordingly. In some Florida Counties there may have several Administrative Orders governing divorce and family law actions, while other Counties may have no or very few applicable Administrative Orders in place.

Brevard County Family Law Administrative Orders:

Admin Order 13-38-B – Standing Temporary Domestic Relations Order
Admin Order 19-11 – Requirement to Complete the Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course in Dissolution of Marriage Proceedings with Minor Children or a Paternity Action that involves issues of Parental Responsibility
Admin Order 16-30-B – Family Mediation Mandatory Referral of all Contested Family Law Cases to Mediation
Admin Order 15-17 – Parenting Coordination in High Conflict Family Cases
Admin Order 11-24– Model Family Court
Admin Order 16-35-B – Family Division Parties Required to Read Certain Administrative Orders
Admin Order 14-04 – Collaborative Conflict Resolution in DOM Cases
Admin Order 15-10-B – Orders and Judgments in Tandem with Policies and Procedures of the School Board of Brevard County

Lake County Family Law Administrative Orders:

Admin Order A-2012-46-A – Providing for Court Mediation Services in the Fifth Judicial Circuit for Family, Dependency and County Civil Cases
Admin Order L2000-12A – Requiring Mandatory Education for Parents of Minor Children in a Dissolution or Paternity Action

Orange & Osceola County Family Law Administrative Orders:

Admin Order 2004-05-04 – Standing Temporary Order for Dissolutions of Marriage Actions
Admin Order 2004-14-02 – Mandatory Referral of all Contested Family Law Cases to Mediation
Admin Order 2010-27 – Standing Temporary Order for Paternity Actions
Admin Order 07-98-37-01 – Mandatory Educational Programs for all Parties in Dissolution which include Minor Children or Paternity Actions involving Issues of Parental Responsibility

Seminole County Family Law Administrative Orders:

Admin Order 17-17-S – Standing Temporary Order in Domestic Relations Cases such as Dissolution of Marriage, Paternity and Domestic Violence
Admin Order 11-24– Model Family Court
Admin Order 17-08-S – Family Law Mediation Program
Admin Order 19-11 – Requirement to Complete the Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course in Dissolution of Marriage Proceedings with Minor Children or a Paternity Action that involves issues of Parental Responsibility

Volusia County Family Law Administrative Orders:

Admin Order 2013-040-SC – Standing Family Law Court Order
Admin Order 2013-040-SC – Standing Family Law Court Order Exhibit A
Admin Order 2010-041-SC – Time Sharing Schedules/Guidelines
Admin Order 2010-041-SC – Time Sharing Schedule/Guidelines Attachment
Admin Order 2012-027-SC – Family Mediation
Admin Order 2013-016-SC – Parent Education and Family Stabilization Course in Family Law Cases

Florida Statutes:

Additional Divorce & Family Law Statutes

Experienced Orlando Divorce & Family Law Lawyer:

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