If a previous court order for child support
was filed in Osceola County FL. in order to receive child support pending a divorce
in the future due to the residence of petitioner, being within that county and than several yrs later the same petitioner and spouse moves to an adjacent county and files for a uncontested divorce within the subsequent county of current residence and supplies the second court in a different county with consenting documents and affidavits and financial documents, requesting a dissolution of divorce, CAN the " Judge in the second county ruling over the divorce create a new support order
that would "trump" the old support order , despite it originating in a different county, ??? Thus saving months of time having to go through the first court and also the state to reply, forcing a long waiting period for both to amend the old support order, before the two parties can be granted a uncontested divorce in the present county in which they reside within. ??? This is the exact way my wifes attorney has handled our uncontested divorce and agreements to increase the support amount but keep all the other custody and visitations
issues the same. And I am pissed , because I was led to believe the current jurisdictional Judge would be asked to grant the divorce and amend, or create a new order to trump the old support amount and or order so everything could be accomplished within one jurisdiction quickly. Frankly, It seems logical a second Judge if presented with all the correct legal documents from all parties would be able to trump a prior or old support order, making it unnecessary to have to have to file request in both courts as well as the state DOR. the reason being what if both parties moved outside the state altogether , it seems absurd to think they would have to file two separate actions in two different jurisdictions , because the second Judge doesn't have the legal authority to grant, issue, create a new court order to trump and , close and cancel and old order or existing order somewhere else, Please tell this is absurd... Thank you I look forward to your reply and tip...