Online Divorce in Florida
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An online divorce in Florida can be a quick and easy option to handle the divorce process without the hassle and expense of hiring lawyers and waiting for seemingly endless paperwork. The process at OnlineFloridaDivorce.com starts with a simple online questionnaire. The answers you provide in the questionnaire will be used to generate the paperwork needed to initiate the divorce proceeding in Florida.
At OnlineFloridaDivorce.com, we will also provide you with resources and instructions to walk you through the entire process from the initial filing to the finalization of your divorce with the court. Quite simply, this is the easiest way to file an uncontested divorce in the State of Florida.
The process of filling out your forms using the questionnaire on OnlineFloridaDivorce.com takes only a short time--usually between a half an hour and two hours, depending on how complex your divorce settlement is.
- All Required Florida State Forms.
- Florida-Specific Court Filing Instructions.
- Unlimited Revisions for as long as your account is active.
Online Divorce Without a Lawyer in Florida
Specific filing requirements may vary by county. In some counties you may have the option file online or by mail, rather than just in person. To be sure of your county’s filing requirements or if you encounter any unusual circumstances while completing your forms, it may be best to contact your local clerk of courts before filing for your DIY divorce.
When you complete your paperwork with OnlineFloridaDivorce.com, we will provide you with simple instructions tailored specifically for your area on how to complete your DIY divorce from start to finish.
- Fill out our quick questionnaire that will help you fill out the required divorce documents.
- Once you are done, either print your documents yourself or wait for documents to arrive by mail, then sign the completed documents.
- File the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage and any additional necessary related documents with the clerk of courts in your county of residence.
- A judge will then sign your Decree to finalize your divorce without a lawyer.