The Father filed a petition to domesticate and enforce a foreign judgment in the Circuit Court, Ninth Judicial Circuit, in Orange County, Florida in June 2017. But while the Mother and the Father each filed orders from Brazilian courts in the Florida case, none of the Brazilian orders were final foreign judgments determining custody or access rights (such as visitation) for the Florida court to domesticate. Neither parent filed the Brazilian final order of divorce, which they agreed was entered in July 2017, and they agreed maintained equal custody rights for the parents. And none of the Brazilian orders submitted by the parties were rulings on the merits of a Hague Convention petition or on the children's "habitual residence" for purposes of the return remedy under the Convention. See § 61.525, Fla. Stat. (2017) ("Enforcement under the Hague Convention").