Florida Online Divorce Price
Our Florida Online Divorce price include all of the typing, all divorce forms including the special interrogatory to have the final hearing waived and the court filing fee waiver (if applicable), e-filing, and any mailings necessary.
Here are our flat fee Florida Online Divorce prices:
Simple Divorce –
Price This Week $280.00
A simple divorce is without any mutual financial considerations such as alimony, pension, properties, bills, etc.
Divorce with Property –
Price this Week $320.00
A divorce with property details assets, pensions, alimony, bills, etc. must include a marital settlement agreement where financial considerations have to be divided, requested, etc.
Divorce with Children –
Price this Week $420.00
A divorce with children includes the child support calculations, visitation schedule, parenting plan, marital settlement agreement and everything above.
Missing Spouse – $50.00 Additional
If you do not know where your spouse lives then we will do the court mandated searches and request a publication in the local newspaper.
The searches include: Florida driver’s license bureau, Florida vehicle registration (DMV), Florida corrections, military agencies, online search through switchboard.com
There may be an additional fee for the publication which will vary based on the county where the publication will be done. If you qualify for the court filing fee waiver then the publication will be free of charge.
Prices above DO NOT INCLUDE the court filing fee.
Court Filing Fee – $408 (may be waived)
The court filing fee can be waived if the petitioner is low income. We will be happy to prepare the form and have it filed along with the divorce process. If you do not qualify a payment plan can be implemented with the clerk of court by having the court filing fee spread into 6 months.
Quit Claim Deed- $75.00
If you are splitting real estate and both names are on the property then a quick claim deed will be needed and filed with the recording office of the county where the property exists. It is recommended to get the quit claim deed signed along with the rest of the divorce documents.
Notarizations – Not Included
You must find a local notary to notarize your divorce documents. Some ideas include:
1 – Your bank – you may be able to get the forms notarized for free
2 – UPS stores – most UPS have a notary on site
3 – Insurance offices – Most insurance offices have a notary on site
4 – Craiglist – Check on the legal services section
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