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    Default Foreign Divorce

    My question involves divorce in the State of: FLORIDA

    Having a foreign divorce decree that does not meet the domicile requirement or comity basis (and thus is not recognized as valid in the state of Florida), is there any procedure to validate/ratify the foreign divorce decree through a Florida court, being both parties present and agreeing to the divorce?

    Or is it necessary to go through standard divorce procedure? Minor child existing but child custody and support issues are agreed upon by both parties.

    Thanks a lot in advance.

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    Default Re: Foreign Divorce

    If the foreign divorce is not sufficient to be recognized by Florida, you either need to move to a state that will recognize it or divorce under Florida law.

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