Isn’t this a great time to discuss the numerous changes to our practice that the Florida Supreme Court has made this past summer? Let’s review those changes now…
Recent amendments regarding the use of interrogatories were made in July to Florida Family Law Rule of Procedure 12.340 (and Forms 12.930(b) & (c)):
In July, an opinion was issued on conducting family law court proceedings remotely (and removing the requirement of counsel’s signature from family law mediation agreements):
In August, the Court issued an opinion that strikes the prior requirement in Rule 12.200(c) that each circuit must use a “uniform” order setting pretrial conferences:
Finally, the Court issued another opinion in August, which requires motions for rehearing pursuant to Rule 12.530 to be filed in family law cases in order to preserve any objections to insufficient trial court findings: