Free Divorce Resources

Understanding the Process

We want our clients to understand the Florida divorce law that applies to their case, as well as the court process. All divorces must be filed in circuit court and approved by a circuit judge.

Because an informed client is our best customer, we offer general Florida divorce information in these sub-pages. In addition to walking through the divorce process, step by step, we have made source materials available for those who want to take their study to the next level.

Practical pointers to help you understand the process and come to an agreement so we can complete the paperwork are available to our clients after they log in. Our Florida Divorce Questionnaire is easy to follow and understand. You complete it, click to send it and we get right to work. Usual turnaround time is 24 hours, or less, for us to get it done.

Our lawyers are available to consult with our clients, to answer their questions and to offer them sound practical advice.

Giving our clients the opportunity to have an informed understanding of the law and the process is where we start. Keeping them updated and informed, 24/7, as to the status of their case and about each important event as it happens (from both emails and our status page), helps our clients sleep better at night.


No Kids Divorce

Your marriage is over and you want your divorce, now. You have no kids.
These are the two areas you need to talk about and agree on:

    1 . Your stuff (dividing your property and debt, if any); and
    2 . Alimony (is anyone getting spousal support?)

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With Kids Divorce

Your marriage is over and you want your divorce, now. You have kids .

The marriage may be dead, but even though you will soon be considered legally single, you will continue being a parent. As a parent, you have rights and obligations vis-à-vis your kids. You must be sensitive to the needs of your kids in what surely will be a time of inner turmoil and uncertainty. By law, both parents must take an approved parenting class without delay. The class will sensitize you to the kids' issues you need to resolve and will get you focused. Taking it may save you all unnecessary pain and heartache. If you are even thinking about getting divorced and you have kids, we recommend that you take the course now (online or correspondence classes are available for around $40). It's not about trying to talk you out of getting divorced, but rather, about making the transition a smooth one.

No agreement you make with your spouse, today, regarding your kids, cannot be undone or modified by a judge, tomorrow, if the circumstances justify it. Until they reach the age of majority (18), either parent can ask for and a judge can make any order allowed by law, so long as it is in the best interests of the kids to do so.

These are the four areas you need to talk about and agree on :

  1. Your stuff (dividing your property and debt, if any)
  2. Alimony (is anyone getting spousal support?)
  3. Raising the children and child sharing (visitation)
  4. Child support and health care

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