The divorce laws in Florida are governed by Statute Chapter 61, Dissolution of Marriage; Support; Custody. Requirements for Filing for a Divorce in Florida specify that at least one spouse must be an on-going resident in the state for a minimum of 180 days prior to filing for a Florida divorce.
As a no-fault state, the Florida divorce process is as simple as filing a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. No details or specifics are required in divorce court regarding the marriage break up. For the most part, if both parties are in agreement as to what will be divided and how child custody will be arranged, the separation may be performed with a low cost divorce.
At Canty & Associates, we are experienced at providing caring and knowledgeable, simple divorce representation based on each individual client’s needs. Our uncontested divorce fees are considerably lower than large Florida law firms.
For an uncontested divorce in Florida, we charge a convenient and fixed flat fee that includes:
• Drafting of all paperwork required by Florida law for a simple divorce
• Preparation of the Marital Settlement Agreement
• Attorney appearance at Final Hearing
Clients who are eligible to file for a simple divorce with our office will either have:
- No property or children together and both spouses are in complete agreement on all relevant issues, or
- Minimal marriage assets with both parties in complete agreement regarding the marriage settlement.
If your marital separation situation meets our in-house requirements for an uncontested irreconcilable differences divorce, your case will be filed for one flat fee and may be finalized within sixty (60) business days.
Canty and Associates strive to provide personal, professional and affordable divorce counsel for our clients promptly. Contact us today by phone at (561) 430-4188, or simply submit your request here online and someone will get back to you within 24 business hours.