I agree with my colleagues. Florida is a no fault state. You may request marriage counseling if you want to try to save the marriage and think it can be saved by attending counseling. However, in the end, if a party wants a divorce, it will be granted. How long the process takes depends on whether there's disagreement on the division of property, assets, and liabilities. Many attorneys on here, including myself, offer free initial consultations. You may want to take advantage of that to get...
Your ex husband is incorrect. Your boyfriend is not responsible for supporting your child. Your ex husband is responsible for supporting your child. You should get a child support agreement in place and have it made part of a court order so that it can be enforced by the court later on down the road. You can also request child support for up to two years prior to the date you file your petition for child support. You may want to consult with an attorney regarding your case. Many attorneys on...
It's a short term marriage, so if he is entitled to some sort of alimony, it won't be permanent. It all depends on your husband's need for alimony and your ability to pay. You should consult with an attorney regarding the particulars of your case, as this is a very fact intensive question.
You will need to domesticate the Michigan order if you want to enforce it in Florida. You may also want to file a Petition for Modification. More information is needed in order to give you thorough advice. You should contact a local family law attorney to discuss the details of your case.
Your ex-wife cannot relocate with your child unless and until a Petition for Relocation is filed and granted. Since this did not happen, I strongly recommend that you retain an attorney and file a Motion for Contempt for violating the parenting plan, a Motion to Compel her to return the children, and possibly a Motion for Modification depending on the circumstances. You really need to speak to an attorney regarding your rights and the particulars of your case.
From the facts you present, it is highly unlikely that your ex would get sole custody. Most likely, you will have shared custody and shared parental responsibility. I suggest that you consult with an attorney regarding the particulars of your case.
I agree with my colleague. Based upon the information you have provided, your marriage is a long term marriage, so you would probably receive alimony. How much you are entitled to depends on your husband's ability to pay and your need. You are also entitled to child support for your three children. I strongly recommend that you consult with a local family law attorney regarding the particulars of your case.
An attorney would need to review the order to properly advise you. But, if the order states that a certain amount of calls should be allowed on a weekly basis, you will need to file a motion for modification in order to limit calls to once a week.