Florida Uncontested Divorce
What is an uncontested divorce in Florida?
Also known as an amicable divorce, a divorce in mutual agreement, a divorce with dignity etc.
This kind of process can be done when there is an understanding between both parties that the marriage is irrevocably over and there is no chance of reconciling their differences.
Is a Florida Uncontested Divorce better?
This kind of divorce is considered much more healthy for most individuals with the exception of when the relationship is toxic. If there have been instances of verbal abuse or physical domestic violence an uncontested divorce is not recommended.
The greatest benefit of filing for a Florida divorce is how quickly it can be finalized! Most of our customers receive their divorce in the mail between 30-45 days without ever stepping into the courthouse.
How can I convince my ex to agree with me and file for a Florida divorce?
When a relationship is over nobody is motivated to spend any more time or money on the ex. Even if it means ending it once and for all and starting over.
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#1 recommendation to motivate an ex? Open your wallet.
The best way is to agree to pay for the related fees. Yes, it sucks big time! But if you really want a quick and painless divorce this is a huge motivation for someone to cooperate in the process.
This is one of the reasons why our fees are so low, we understand that most of the time the person contacting us will be the person in charge of bearing the financial burden.
Next recommendation? Make it as EASY as possible
Our service removes the “I don’t have time” excuse so many exes use to deny you a Florida divorce.
All they have to do is sign on a dotted line. Neither of you have to go to court at all and 30-45 days you open your mailbox and #BOOM an envelope with your divorce paper is staring at you.
You do not have to see him or her again
Another benefit of our process is that neither of you have to see each other again unless you want to. There are two reasons for that.
First, you can each sign your forms separately. And second, no court hearing means you do not need to see each other in court.
In our opinion, filing for a Florida uncontested divorce makes perfect sense in this modern, fast world we live in.
Uncontested Divorce Florida No Court Appearance
This is one of the best benefits of filing for divorce uncontested. Imagine never having to step into a courthouse!
All you have to do is provide some demographic information. Sign some documents and then wait a few weeks to receive the final judgement in the mail.
Getting a Florida no court hearing divorce is very simple and painless and we will walk with you the process step by step.
Even if you have minor children, properties or joint finances, you can get an uncontested divorce in Florida without having to ever step into the courthouse. A Florida judge can sign the final judgment and send it to both of you in the mail.
The key is that it must be in mutual agreement. All issues must be resolved together or with a mediator prior to filing the paperwork in court.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does an uncontested divorce cost in Florida?
The cost will depend on your particular situation. If you have no minor children the cost will be less than if you have minor children. If you have minor children then child custody and a parenting plan must be agreed upon. Also if you have any marital property such as real estate then you would need a marital settlement agreement which will increase the cost of the divorce process.
How do I get a quick divorce in Florida?
Family law court allows for a quick divoce as long as certain requirements are met. One of the most important requirements is that both parties agree over all issues. As long as the couple signs all the documetns then getting an uncontested divorce in Florida can be fast.
Can you get divorce in Florida without going to court?
Yes, as long as both parties agree to the divorce process.
Do you have to appear in court for uncontested divorce in Florida?
No, if both parties are in agreement then the court hearing can be waived if the divorce is filed in a county that supports the no-court hearing divorce process. Issues like child custody must be clear cut for the judge to agree to sign the final judgement and send it to both parents in the mail.
What is a simplified dissolution of marriage?
A simplified dissolution of marriage may be a good option as long as both parties file the divorce papers together and are willing to attend the hearings together. The biggest benefit of this type of divorce is the ability to have the financial affidavit requirements waived however it relies heavily on both parties participating jointly AND will require a court hearing just like the regular process. We do not offer the simplified dissolution of marriage in our office due to the heavy reliance on both parties. A simplified divorce is not always so simple as it will be come to a halt if one of the respondent does not attend the final hearing.
An uncontested divorce may be a good option for you. We are not divorce attorneys and do not provide legal advice. Please contact a divorce lawyer for your legal questions.