In Florida there are two types of regular Dissolution of Marriage Cases (“Divorces”):
When both spouses in a marriage choose to get a divorce and have amicably negotiated, resolved and are in agreement on all the issues such as – spousal support (alimony), child custody, child support, parental responsibility, parenting plan, time sharing and property division, they may file an "uncontested" divorce - which is a much simpler legal process, involving less time and money.
Requirement: ALL issues related to the marriage, such as: marital property, marital debts, marital assets, spousal support (alimony), issues related to the minor children from the marriage (parenting plan, time sharing, parental responsibility, child support, etc.) must be settled and in writing in a signed and notarized Marital Settlement Agreement.
Regarding discovery, both spouses must also each complete and file at a minimum a Family Law Financial Affidavit.
Finally, both spouses must attend the final hearing.
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