Florida Statutes Title VI. Civil Practice and Procedure § 61.10. Adjudication of obligation to support spouse or minor child unconnected with dissolution;  parenting plan

Except when relief is afforded by some other pending civil action or proceeding, a spouse residing in this state apart from his or her spouse and minor child, whether or not such separation is through his or her fault, may obtain an adjudication of obligation to maintain the spouse and minor child, if any.  The court shall adjudicate his or her financial obligations to the spouse and child and shall establish the parenting plan for the parties.  Such an action does not preclude either party from maintaining any other proceeding under this chapter for other or additional relief at any time.


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