What is the name of your state? Florida
This came in the mail today, along with the Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage. The Final Judgment has a stamp across it, saying "Proposed Order".
IN RE: The Matter of:
Petitioner (my boyfriend)
Respondent (his STBX)
REPORT OF THE MAGISTRATE ON A FINAL JUDGMENT OF DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
THIS CAUSE came on for hearing before Magistrate (Name) on May 22nd, 2007, upon a Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage.
This Magistrate finds that the Court has jurisdiction over the parties to this cause and the subjects raised in the pleadings. At least one of the parties has been a resident of the State Of Florida for more than six (6) months immediately before filing the petition. The parties have no minor child(ren), and no other child(ren) are expected.. Your Magistrate further finds that the terms of the proposed Final Judgment comport with the best interest of justice, and that no matter addressed in the proposed Final Judgment remains contested. Your Magistrate does further certify that copies of this report has been served on the parties more than ten (10) days prior to the submission hereof to any Judge or the parties have waived the ten (10) day notice as indicated below. It is, thereupon, recommended that the Court enter the attached Final Judgment.
Petitioner Present Yes Waived Rule 12.490(f) Fla. Fam. L.R.P. Yes
Respondent Present No Waived Rule 12.490(f) Fla. Fam. L.R.P. No
Respectfully Submitted this 23rd day of May, 2007.
Signature of Magistrate
CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
Rule 12.490(f) Filing Report; Notice; Exceptions. The general master shall file the report and recommendations and serve copies on all parties. The parties may serve exceptions to the report within 10 days from the time it is served on them. Any party may file cross-exceptions within 5 days from the service of the exceptions, provided, however, that the filing of cross-exceptions shall not delay the hearing on the exceptions unless good cause is shown. If no exceptions are filed within that period, the court shall take appropriate action on the report. If exceptions are filed, they shall be heard on reasonable notice by either party or the court.
What exactly does that mean ? Does it mean that his STBX can still file paperwork ?