Whether or not your husband can file for a divorce in Florida depends on his residency status. You should file divorce in NY before he has the option to file in Florida, if you want the case to be heard here.See question
Yes, your daughter can go to Family Court and file a Petition for Custody. She should probably work with a lawyer.See question
Do you mean to ask if the County Clerk can certify a Judgment of Divorce? If so, then yes. Just go to the County Clerk's office, and purchase a Certified copy of the JOD from your divorce case.See question
Your husband's addiction problems will play a major role in your divorce, especially when it comes to custody of your two children. You will very likely be awarded child support and maintenance since he is the monied spouse, however, the amount depends on different factors.
I strongly advise you to meet with a Buffalo area family law attorney, and go over the details of your pending case.See question
You can file for divorce without an attorney, but I wouldn't recommend it since this does not appear to be an uncontested case. I strongly suggest you search for a lawyer- many offer free consultations.See question
Assuming you meet the residency requirements in NY, you need to file for an annulment or divorce here.See question
Restraining orders and legal separations are not the same thing. You really should consult with an experienced divorce attorney in White Plains, so they can walk you through the difference, and provide any representation necessary.See question
Your daughter lives with you a majority of the time, and spends weekends with her dad. I strongly suggest you hire a lawyer going forward, especially if you're requesting child support. You can request that the family court provide you with an attorney.See question
You can not file for a domestic partnership if you are still married to someone else.
Reach out to a local Albany attorney, and discuss a Divorce by Publication.See question
As long as he meets NYS residency requirements, he can file in Brooklyn. It does not matter where he was married.See question