Already know what you both want and you agree? It’s always best when you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse are on the same page. Here are the tools to get a speedy divorce while you still are.

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Divorce Through Mediation


Sometimes you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse are on the same page, and sometimes you’re on different hemispheres. Mediation will help you find common ground.

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Q:  What Is Involved In The Mediation Process?

A: Mediation is a voluntary process where both parties meet with a neutral third-party mediator to assist them in resolving disputes and reaching an agreement. During mediation, the parties have an opportunity to discuss their positions and work towards a mutually acceptable and voluntary resolution of their divorce. The mediator is not a decision-maker but rather helps the parties to come to an agreement on their own. Mediation can be used to resolve child support, alimony, property division, parenting plans, and other issues related to divorce.

Q: What If My Spouse Does Not Want A Divorce?

A: If your spouse does not want a divorce in Florida, you can still obtain a divorce. You simply need to file a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage with the appropriate Court in your county and then serve your spouse with the Petition. Even if your spouse does not respond or appear in Court, you can still obtain a divorce as long as you meet all of the other requirements to do so in Florida.

Some states require a period of separation, and this can be metaphorically or physically. Regardless of any separation requirement, all states allow no-fault divorces. A no-fault divorce simply means the marriage has irretrievably broken down or the spouses have irreconcilable differences.

Q:  How Long Does A Divorce Take In Florida?

A:  The length of a divorce in Florida depends on the complexity of the case and how cooperative both parties are. In most cases, a divorce will take anywhere from a month to eight months to complete. However, there may be factors that can either speed up or slow down the process such as whether mediation is utilized and/or if a trial is necessary. It is important to consult with a knowledgeable divorce attorney who can provide an estimate of the time frame for your specific case.

Q: What Are The Requirements For Filing For Divorce In Florida?

A: To file for divorce in Florida, one spouse must have been a resident of the state for at least six months prior to filing. Additionally, the petitioning spouse must provide proof that they have been served with the petition or waived service of the petition. The petitioner will also need to file a financial affidavit and parenting plan along with other documents as required by the Court. Once all documents are filed, both parties attend an equitable distribution hearing where all disputed issues are resolved before the divorce can be finalized.

Find the Meeting style that’s right for you

You can’t meet in person with your busy schedule, but the divorce must go on. Try to meet with legal representatives and your spouse to dictate the terms of your divorce through video-sharing options, phone, social media platforms, and more.

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Just a few things that we can help you with:

  • Decide which plan to pick
  • Walk through the entire divorce process
  • Look up a case you’ve already opened and help with the next steps
  • Learn about your spousal or child support options
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