This Motion is for a Husband who is involved in a divorce with minor children and who historically cared for the kids during the marriage; with the Wife being the primary breadwinner. In this Motion, the Husband is asking the Court for temporary support in the form of awarding his exclusive use of the home, and requiring the Wife to continue to pay the costs/expenses she was accustomed to paying while the marriage was intact.
This Motion is tailored for FLORIDA cases. If you are in another State, please check out our Motion for Exclusive Use and Possession of the Marital Home for all other States.
About the Template:
This is an attorney-prepared Motion that has been tested and refined throughout our years of practice. Although every State is different, this type of Motion is standard for Florida and includes Florida case law/statutes. The case style and heading may vary depending on the County you live in. Please modify as necessary.
Your purchase comes with a complementary workbook-style PDF with instructions and additional information regarding your Motion, AND a Notice of Hearing form (complementary) to be filed after you set your motion for hearing!
EXTRA BONUS!! Since this is a Florida Form, your purchase comes with a complimentary digital book with a list of Florida counties, and a link to each respective Clerk of Court County website.
How to use it:
1. Download the motion;
2. Replace the highlighted text with your information;
3. Review & make any additional changes;
4. Print and sign the Motion**
5. Scan and save Motion as PDF
6. File with the Court in your County.
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