Friday, November 4, 2011

Second District Explains New Relocation Statute

The Second District Court released a ruling today in A.F. v. R.P.B., offering in so doing a detailed explanation of the application, and in this case the lack of application, of Florida Statute 61.13001 to a case where a parent in another state is not relocating, but seeking to move the child to their primary, out of state residence.  The Second District Court pointed out that the newer version of that statute does not apply in that, without a change in the parent’s residence, its terms are not triggered.

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