The Florida Supreme Court has adopted "fast-track" amendments to the Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure and Forms.
What does FLR stand for?
FLR stands for Family Law Rules (court procedure)
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Finally, the form orders included in the Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure provide a great resource.
The Florida Bar's Family Law Rules Committee has submitted to the Florida Supreme Court a report responding to the court's request that the committee consider a family law rule of procedure addressing orders establishing, enforcing, or modifying child support and/or alimony and a support summary form proposed by the Florida Supreme Court Steering Committee on Families and Children in the Court.
525 no longer applies to cases governed by the Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure.
The board, at its September meeting, reviewed the proposals from the Family Law Rules Committee.
While it is in fact true that the literal language of the Family Law Rules of Procedure mandate that all parties in all dissolution proceedings file financial affidavits, an analysis of the pertinent case law reveals that the courts have in significant measure eviscerated the rule.