Find out everything you need to know about Non-Final orders including real world examples of “non-final orders” that are appealed often in family court.
What is a “non-final order” in a Florida divorce or child custody case?
The term “non-final order” encompasses any order entered prior to entry of a “final order”. Basically, unless the order completely ends the case, it is a “non-final order”.
Examples of “non-final orders” that are appealed often in divorce in family cases are temporary relief orders (including temporary alimony orders, temporary timesharing orders or temporary attorney’s fee orders); orders upholding or setting aside a prenuptial or post-nuptial agreement; orders temporarily freezing access to assets; and orders allowing discovery of privileged or sensitive information.
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