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Case Number: FMCE-18-005370 Division: 36 Filing # 71067640 E-Filed 04/23/2018 10:26:04 AM IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 17TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR BROWARD COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO: FLORIDA BAR # 915191 IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF: CATHERINE JOHANNA DEFRANCESCO, Petitioner/Wife, and ANDREW ANTHONY DEFRANCESCO, Respondent /Husband. WIFE’S PETITION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE COMES NOW the Petitioner/Wife, CATHERINE JOHANNA DEFRANCESCO, by and through her undersigned attorney and files this her Petition for Dissolution of Marriage, against the Respondent/Husband, ANDREW ANTHONY DEFRANCESCO, and states as follow: 1. That this is a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. 2. That the Wife has been a resident of the State of Florida for more than six (6) months prior to the filing of this her Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. 3. That the parties were duly married to each other on July 17, 1999, and last resided together as husband and wife in Broward County, Florida. ‘+6 FILED: BROWARD COUNTY, FL BRENDA D, FORMAN, CLERK 4/23/2018 10:26:02 AM.**** 4, That there are three (3) remaining minor children of the Lwo., on 2003; a.P.p., born EBM 2004; ana s.c.p., born ME 2007. No other children are contemplated and the Wife is not marriage of the parties hereto, to wi pregnant. 5. That the Wife knows of her own personal knowledge that the Husband is not a member of le armed forces of this country or of any other country. 6. That the marriage of the parties hereto is irretrievably broken. 7. It is in the minor children’s best interests that the parties retain Shared Parental Responsibility of the minor children. 8. It is in the best interests of the minor children at this Court create and implement a Parenting Plan and Timesharing schedule for the benefit of the minor children, 9. That the parties entered into a Post-Nuptial Agreement on February 1, 2016, a copy of which shall be filed with the Court under separate cover. The parties’ post-nuptial agreement is valid in all respects and resolves all of the financial issues of the parties’ marriage. The Wife requests that this Court ratify, confirm and incorporate the parties’ Post-Nuptial Agreement into the Court’s Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage and that this Court order the parties to comply with the terms stated therein. 10. That the Wife has hired and retained the undersigned attorneys to represent her in this action and has agreed to pay them a reasonable fee and the costs of this action, WHEREFORE, the Petitioner/Wife respectfully requests: a. That this Honorable Court take jurisdiction over the parties hereto and the subject matter hereof; b. That this Honorable Court will dissolve the marriage of the parties hereto a vinculo matrimonii; c. That this Honorable Court will create and implement a Parenting Plan and timesharing schedule for the parties’ minor children; d. That this Honorable Court will ratify, confirm and incorporate the parties’ Post-Nuptial Agreement into the Court’s Final Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage and that this Court order the parties to comply with the terms stated therein; e. That this Honorable Court will award such other and further relief as this Honorable Court deems just and appropriate under the circumstances.