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11. 61.501 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 61.501 61.501 Short title.—This part may be cited as the “Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act.”History.—s. 5, ch. 2002-65.

12. 682.25 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 682.25 682.25 Disputes excluded.—This chapter does not apply to any dispute involving child custody, visitation, or child support.History.—s. 36, ch. 2013-232.

13. 61.514 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 61.514 61.514 Initial child custody jurisdiction.—(1) Except as otherwise provided in s. 61.517 , a court of this state has jurisdiction to make an initial child custody determination only if:(a) This state is the home state of the child on the date of the commencement of the proceeding, or wa

14. 61.542 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 61.542 61.542 Transitional provision.—A motion or other request for relief made in a child custody proceeding or to enforce a child custody determination that was commenced before the effective date of this part is governed by the law in effect at the time the motion or other request was made.

15. 61.538 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 61.538 61.538 Role of state attorney.—(1) In a case arising under this part or involving the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, the state attorney may take any lawful action, including resort to a proceeding under ss. 61.524 - 61.540 or any other available

16. 984.13 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 984.13 984.13 Taking into custody a child alleged to be from a family in need of services or to be a child in need of services.—(1) A child may be taken into custody:(a) By a law enforcement officer when the officer has reasonable grounds to believe that the child has run away from his or her

17. 39.829 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 39.829 39.829 Powers and duties of guardian advocate.—It is the duty of the guardian advocate to oversee the care, health, and medical treatment of the child; to advise the court regarding any change in the status of the child; and to respond to any medical crisis of the child, including provi

18. 61.505 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 61.505 61.505 Application to Indian tribes.—(1) A child custody proceeding that pertains to an Indian child, as defined in the Indian Child Welfare Act, 25 U.S.C. ss. 1901 et seq., is not subject to this part to the extent that it is governed by the Indian Child Welfare Act.(2) A court of this

19. 61.525 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 61.525 61.525 Enforcement under the Hague Convention.—Under this part, a court of this state may enforce an order for the return of a child made under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction as if it were a child custody determination.History.—s. 5, ch. 2002-

20. 39.401 f.s.
Abstract: F.S. 39.401 39.401 Taking a child alleged to be dependent into custody; law enforcement officers and authorized agents of the department.—(1) A child may only be taken into custody:(a) Pursuant to the provisions of this part, based upon sworn testimony, either before or after a petition is filed; o

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