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Can I Get a Simplified Divorce?

In order to file for a simplified divorce in Florida both parties must meet the following requirements:

  • There can be no minor or dependent children born from the marriage nor can the wife be pregnant (all child born of the marriage must be at least 18 years old).
  • If there is property, division of property has been agreed to and a written property division agreement must be filed with the court.
  • You cannot have any unresolved financial obligations.
  • Neither party is seeking spousal support (alimony).
  • One of the parties must be a Florida resident for at least six months prior to the date of filing.
  • Both parties will be required to complete a marital settlement agreement.
  • Both parties must appear at the final hearing

If you and your spouse meet all of the above requirements, the attorneys at Weiner & Weiss, LLC cannot assist you in the preparation of your simplified divorce petition.

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