Order entered by FL court and she only left two weeks ago, so FL still has jurisdiction. After six months in NY, NY will have jurisdiction, but it may be FL or NY law, depending on many things. You should get an attorney now to help you with these issues.
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I agree with my colleague. You should immediately consult with a local attorney who can go through what occurred in this case and see if there is anything to be done. If you wait to long it will be possible that NY will have jurisdiction and then it will be even more difficult to remedy.
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As previously indicated any appeal you wish to file would be in Florida and you have 30 days from the date of the order to file your notice of appeal.
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