Did you know that a Florida online divorce can be done without ever stepping into a courthouse?
We provide fast, hassle free, flat fee based service when and where you need it.
Most of our clients are divorced in less than 45 days without ever stepping into a courthouse using our Florida Quick Divorce process.
It will depend on the type of divorce. A simple, no children process will always cost less than a divorce with children. This is because the complexity and sheer volume of the paperwork. Click on the links below for detailed information and the client intake form.
The flat fee price above does not include other fees such as court filing fee. Many of our clients qualify to have their court filing fees waived. CLICK HERE for more information on the court filing fee waiver.
Disclaimer: We are not attorneys and cannot provide any legal advice. Please contact an attorney to get your legal questions answered.
After many phone calls to attorneys and document preparers many people try to do it on their own only to find out they have wasted time trying to figure out forms and follow what can be a complicated process.
Most of our clients felt this way prior to hiring us. What they realized is that with our low flat fees they have not only saved money but time.
Just during the month of December we assisted 19 couples get their divorce process on the way. Many of them have already received their final judgement.
HOW MUCH WE CHARGE:
Simple divorce – $280.00 (payment plan of 2 payments for $140)
To get started: http://bit.ly/flsimpledivorce
Divorce with Children – $420.00 (payment plan of 2 payments for $210)
To get started: http://bit.ly/fldivorcewchildren
FREQUENTLY USED TERMS
FLORIDA NO-COURT DIVORCE OPTION
Most states and counties has their own procedure for filing divorce documents. Some counties in the State of Florida allow what is known as a no-court divorce. A no-court divorce is an “express divorce” where the final hearing is waived and the parties receive their final judgement in 30-45 days from filing the divorce.
Requirements: One of you MUST live in the State of Florida for the last 6 months. For a simple divorce it needs to be in mutual agreement OR by publication. For a divorce with children you both must be in mutual agreement and the children must live in the State of Florida.
FLORIDA CONTESTED AND UNCONTESTED DIVORCE
An Uncontested Divorce is where both spouses agree to divorce, and have no major dissents about basic divorce issues such as maintenance and property division. Filing for an uncontested divorce usually can result in less amount of money, paperwork and other procedures. So the conclusion is that you should try and come to an agreement to settle for an uncontested divorce and a qualified attorney can help you there.
FLORIDA DIVORCE BY PUBLICATION
A divorce by publication is done when the whereabouts of the other party are not known. In this divorce process a search for the person must be performed, then a publication in a local newspaper is required. Once it runs for 30 consecutive days then the final hearing is scheduled for a divorce with children. A simple divorce can be done following the Florida no-court hearing divorce opton.
FLORIDA DIVORCE WITH CHILDREN
A divorce with children has many requirements such as a parenting plan, child support calculations and other requirements. The paperwork is very extensive, with approximately 80 pages needing to be prepared.
FLORIDA LOW INCOME OPTIONS
If you are low income you may qualify to have the full amount of the court filing fees waived. The divorce court filing fees are in the lower $400. If you receive any government assistance then is most likely that you qualify. If you do not have any income or make less than $21,600 a year and have 1 child, you most likely will have the divorce court filing fee waiver approved as well. Contact us for more information.
When you hire a divorce professional through Divorce in Florida Online you will have someone with experience help you choose the right process for you, complete the forms, help you file your divorce forms and if available get the final hearing waived.
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