What is a Florida Uncontested Divorce?
A Florida uncontested divorce is also known as an amicable divorce, a divorce in mutual agreement, a divorce with dignity and many more.
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 domestic abuse situations. 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 uncontested 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 uncontested divorce?
Let’s face it, many exes are not motivated to spend any more time or money on the ex. Even if it means ending it once and for all.
My personal top #1 recommendation to motivate an ex? Open your wallet.
In our experience 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 uncontested 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.
In our opinion, filing for a Florida uncontested divorce makes perfect sense in this modern, fast world we live in.
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