Payment for Divorce with Property
Thank you for submitting your information for a divorce with property. ‘By making the payment you understand and attest the following:
Yamil Francisco told me that he/she is a nonlawyer and may not give legal advice, cannot tell me what my rights or remedies are, cannot tell me how to testify in court, and cannot represent me in court.
Rule 10-2.1(b) of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar defines a paralegal as a person who works under the supervision of a member of The Florida Bar and who performs specifically delegated substantive legal work for which a member of The Florida Bar is responsible. Only persons who meet the definition may call themselves paralegals. Yamil Francisco, informed me that he/she is not a paralegal as defined by the rule and cannot call himself/herself a paralegal.
Yamil Francisco, told me that he/she may only type the factual information provided by me in writing into the blanks on the form. Except for typing, Yamil Francisco,
may not tell me what to put in the form and may not complete the form for me. However, if using a form approved by the Supreme Court of Florida, Yamil Francisco, may ask me factual questions to fill in the blanks on the form and may also tell me how to file the form.
A simple divorce is a divorce where none of the following exists:
- No minor children in the relationship
- No financial attachments such as alimony, joint accounts, joint property or bills, 401K, retirements or any other financial stipulation.
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