Divorce is invariably painful, and it can become frustrating when one partner refuses to cooperate and sign the necessary papers. However, a default divorce is a fairly straightforward option.
Common questions & answers about divorcing in Florida:
Questions about divorce? Here are some general things you need to know about the process of divorcing in Florida:
5 things you should do before filing for divorce:
You're about to take a big step and finally separate from your spouse. Here's what we recommend you should do before making that leap:
Florida Residency Requirement for filing a Divorce
If you want to file for divorce in Florida, either you or your spouse must reside 6 months in the state before the filing of the petition. Here's what you need to show if residency is being contested:
Can prenups protect you from paying alimony?
Prenups are used to designate rights of couples in case they divorce. Can prenups protect you from having to pay alimony if you divorce? Yes; find out how:
What is considered a Marital Asset and Liability in Florida?
Here are some of Florida Courts consider marital property and liabilities: