Is order a final order if divorce judge reserved jurisdiction?

Find out everything you need to know about Final & Non-Final orders if you have a divorce or child custody case in Florida. 

Is an order a “final order” if the Florida divorce judge reserved jurisdiction to determine entitlement or amount of attorney’s fees?

Yes.  The order is considered a “final order” if the order is final in all respects besides reservation of jurisdiction to consider each party’s entitlement to attorney’s fees and costs and/or the amount of attorney’s fees and costs.

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