Divorce in fl Non-Attorney Assistance
Complete Case Management (no court hearing in most situations) – $280
(paid in 2 installments of $140)
Divorce with Children
Complete Case Management – $420
(paid in 2 installments of $210)
Divorce with Property
Comple Case Management – $320
(paid in 2 installments of $160)
Complete Case Management Price Includes:
- Typing of documents
- Assistance with efiling
- Flat fee, no hidden fees
- Assistance with the application for indigent status if you qualify
- If divorce qualifies – no court hearing process
Requirements for a Florida divorce
- One of the parties must have lived in Florida for the last 6 months
- Divorce documents need to be signed in front of a notary
- You are not currently pregnant with your spouse’s child, or your spouse is not pregnant with your child
We can help you if
- You do not know where your spouse lives
- Your marriage took place in another State or country
- You cannot afford the $400 court filing fees (we will help you get them waived)
Have Questions about filing for divorce in fl?
We can help with you with a divorce in fl
As you go searching the Internet looking for the best option to file for divorce in fl you are going to be bombarded with the options available.
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We are nonlawyers and we may not give legal advice, cannot tell you what your rights or remedies are, cannot tell you how to testify in court, and cannot represent you in court with your divorce in fl.
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We can only type the factual information provided by me in writing into the blanks on forms. Except for typing, we cannot tell you what to put in the form and may not complete the form for you. However, if using a form approved by the Supreme Court of Florida, we can ask you factual questions to fill in the blanks on the form and may also help you to file the form.
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