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A party to a civil proceeding, such as a divorce or paternity proceeding, may ask the court to grant injunctive relief in order to stop the opposing party from engaging in a specified act or behavior during the pendency of the proceeding.

Destruction of Marital Property: A party to a divorce proceeding who believes that the opposing party will dissipate, destroy, sell, transfer and/or dispose of marital property during the pendency of the divorce proceeding may file a motion which seeks for the Court to award injunctive relief in order to prevent the destruction of marital property.

Removal of Child(ren): If a party to a divorce proceeding believes that the opposing party might remove any minor children of the marriage from the jurisdiction of the Court unless restrained from doing so by an Order of the Court, then such party should immediately file a Motion which seeks to enjoin the opposing party from removing the children from the state of Florida during the pendency of the dissolution proceeding.

Domestic Violence: A party to a divorce proceeding may seek an injunction to prohibit the opposing party from engaging in domestic violence where the opposing party has committed or threatened to commit domestic violence against the moving party through assault, battery, sexual assault, sexual battery, stalking, kidnapping and/or false imprisonment of the moving party, or by the commission of a criminal offense resulting in physical injury or death of the moving party and/or one of his or her family members.