Divorce, also known as Dissolution of Marriage, may be based on the marriage being irretrievably broken. Although Florida is a no-fault divorce jurisdiction, the procedure for a dissolution of marriage depends on whether there are children to the marriage and a variety of other factors. The Court will look into each party’s financial disclosures, assets, and the possibility of support. A dissolution of marriage may result with a Final Judgment from the Court granting the dissolution of marriage, based either on the Court’s findings or an agreement created by the parties through the use of mediation. The effect of the Final Judgment is to distribute assets, determine alimony, and, if children are involved, address parenting and time-sharing issues. The final judgment from the Court can then be enforced to ensure both parties’ compliance
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