Motion for Exclusive Use and Possession of the Marital Home FLORIDA (divorce action with minor children; filed on behalf of the Husband)


This is an attorney-prepared Motion is for a Husband who is involved in a divorce with minor children and who historically cared for the kids during the marriage; with the Wife being the primary breadwinner.


This Motion is designed for husbands involved in a divorce with minor children, where they have historically been the primary caregiver while the wife acted as the primary breadwinner. The husband seeks temporary support and requests exclusive use and possession of the marital home, along with the continuation of expenses previously handled by the wife.

Please note that this Motion is specifically tailored for Florida cases. If you are located in another state, we recommend checking out our Motion for Exclusive Use and Possession of the Marital Home for your specific jurisdiction.

Checkout this template, if you are looking for the same type of Motion, written on behalf of the Wife: Wife’s Motion for Exclusive Use and Possession of the Marital Home.

About the Template:

Our attorney-prepared Motion has been thoroughly tested and refined over years of practice. While each state may have different requirements, this template follows the standard format for Florida and includes relevant Florida case law and statutes. Please make any necessary modifications to comply with the specific requirements of your county.

With your purchase, you will receive a complementary workbook-style PDF that provides instructions and additional information related to your Motion. Additionally, a Notice of Hearing form is included to be filed after scheduling your motion for a hearing.

Extra Bonus! Since this is a Florida-specific form, we are offering a complimentary digital book that includes a list of Florida counties and links to each respective Clerk of Court County website.

How to use it:

  1. Download the motion.
  2. Replace the highlighted text with your own information.
  3. Review the document and make any additional changes as needed.
  4. Print and sign the Motion.
  5. Scan and save the Motion as a PDF file.
  6. File the Motion with the Court in your county.

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