2013 Florida Statutes
DETERMINATION OF PARENTAGE
Determination of paternity proceedings; jurisdiction.
Venue, process, complaint.
Hearings; court orders for support, hospital expenses, and attorney’s fee.
Filing of location information.
Attorney’s fees, suit money, and costs.
Jurisdiction retained for future orders.
Effect of adoption.
Default of support payments.
Publishing names; penalty.
Marriage of parents.
Establishment of paternity for children born out of wedlock.
Effect of a determination of paternity from a foreign jurisdiction.
Determining paternity of child with mother under 16 years of age when impregnated.
Criminal penalties for false statements of paternity.
Presumed status of child conceived by means of artificial or in vitro insemination or donated eggs or preembryos.
Scientific testing to determine paternity.
Donation of eggs, sperm, or preembryos.
Gestational surrogacy contract.
Expedited affirmation of parental status for gestational surrogacy.
Disposition of eggs, sperm, or preembryos; rights of inheritance.
Disestablishment of paternity or termination of child support obligation.