Florida Divorce Appeals | What is an “interlocutory order”?

Sometimes the law is confusing. Find out the orders that can be appealed, what they mean and when they can be appealed in Florida divorce or custody case.


What is an “interlocutory order”?

An “interlocutory order” is the same thing as a “non-final order”.  “Interlocutory” is just another way of designating that an order is “non-final”.  Sometimes the law is confusing because multiple labels have the same definition.  This is one of those instances.  

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