Jupiter Divorce – Vacate Final Judgments for Financial Fraud

Jupiter Divorce - Vacate Final Judgments for Financial FraudSometimes a party to a divorce misrepresents their financial status for the purposes of minimizing alimony, child support, or property division. Filed financial affidavits are required in Florida divorce cases and if one party commits such financial fraud, the other party may file a motion to vacate the final judgment and ask the court to dismiss its previous ruling. There is no time limit in which to file this motion.

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George E. Gelb specializes in Motions to Vacate. He has been practicing family law for over 30 years and is ready, willing, and able to assist you. If you have reason to believe your ex-spouse committed fraud on his or her financial affidavit, contact George Gelb today and he will fight for your rights.

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