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Can I oppose a divorce in Florida?

Divorces in Florida can be opposed in certain circumstances. What that really means is this:

If one party claims that the marriage is not irretrievably broken, which is the threshold in Florida for a divorce, it’s not a fault issue, it’s just irretrievably broken, they can proceed. If the other party believes no, something can be done to save this marriage, your attorney can make an appeal to the court to abate or pause the divorce proceedings while whatever needs to be done to save the marriage is accomplished such as marital counseling, or just time under certain circumstances that may make the marriage no longer irretrievably broken. That’s something that your attorney needs to discuss with you because those circumstances are very narrow.

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