2019 Florida Statutes
MARRIAGE; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
County court judge or clerk of the circuit court to issue marriage license; fee.
County court judge or clerk of the circuit court not to send out marriage license signed in blank.
Marriage fee reduction for completion of premarital preparation course.
Creation of a family law handbook.
Issuance of marriage license.
Marriage license application valid for 60 days.
Penalty for violation of s. 741.03 or s. 741.04(2).
Persons authorized to solemnize matrimony.
Marriage not to be solemnized without a license.
Record of license and certificate.
Proof of marriage where no certificate available.
Incestuous marriages prohibited.
Common-law marriages void.
Marriages between persons of the same sex.
Husband not liable for wife’s torts.
Doctrine of interspousal tort immunity abrogated.
Civil action against parents; willful destruction or theft of property by minor.
Domestic violence; definitions.
Court to order batterers’ intervention program attendance.
Minimum term of imprisonment for domestic violence.
Domestic violence; investigation of incidents; notice to victims of legal rights and remedies; reporting.
Domestic violence cases; prosecutors; legislative intent; investigation; duty of circuits; first appearance.
Domestic violence; legislative intent with respect to judiciary’s role.
Domestic violence; injunction; powers and duties of court and clerk; petition; notice and hearing; temporary injunction; issuance of injunction; statewide verification system; enforcement; public records exemption.
Violation of an injunction for protection against domestic violence.
Unlawful action against employees seeking protection.
Recognition of foreign protection orders.
Domestic violence fatality review teams; definition; membership; duties.
Certain information exempt from disclosure.
Batterers’ intervention programs.
Requirements for batterers’ intervention programs.
Legislative findings; purpose.
Definitions; ss. 741.401-741.409.
Address confidentiality program; application; certification.
Agency use of designated address.
Voting by program participant; use of designated address by supervisor of elections.
Assistance for program applicants.
Adoption of rules.
Public records exemption for the Address Confidentiality Program for Victims of Domestic Violence.
Public records exemption; victims of stalking or aggravated stalking.