Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Courts

Serving the Citizens of Brevard and Seminole Counties

24-14

There should be a means of differentiating among cases so that judicial resources are conserved and cases are diverted to non-judicial and quasi-judicial personnel for resolution, when appropriate and consistent with the ends of justice; Trial courts must coordinate and maximize court resources and establish linkages with community resources; The court’s role in family restructuring is to identify services and craft solutions that are appropriate for long-term stability and that minimize the need for subsequent court action; Court services should be available to litigants at a reasonable cost and accessible without economic discrimination; and Courts should have well-trained and highly motivated judicial and non-judicial personnel.

24-14 SUPERSEDES 23-16 AMENDED RE: DOMESTIC RELATIONS – FAMILY DIVISION – MODEL FAMILY COURT – ORDERED 3/05/2024 BY CHARLES G. CRAWFORD

Categories: ADMINISTRATION, ADMINISTRATIVE RULES, BREVARD, CIRCUIT, CIVIL, FAMILY COURT, POLICIES & PROCEDURES, SEMINOLE
Tags: 24-14, 3/05/2024, CHARLES G. CRAWFORD, DOMESTIC RELATIONS, FAMILY DIVISION, FAMILY LAW ADVISORY GROUP, MODEL FAMILY COURT, SUPERSEDES 23-16 AMENDED

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