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Marital Property

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Obvious Observer
Do you mean to infer that Florida's marital property laws differentiated between spouses that are citizens of the U. S. and those that are not, and that the rights of a spouse that is a citizen of a foreign country depends upon the length of time they have resided in Florida? If not, then why your fixation on the OP's citizenship and length of her residence in Florida as if it they were material issues when they are of no moment?

And if Florida does not have in the least in rem jurisdiction to adjudicate what rights, if any, the OP may have in property situated in Florida, then who do you suggest has jurisdiction?
The current marital home is in France.

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