Simplified Dissolution of Marriage

In Florida, with a simplified divorce, the couple getting the divorce, must meet the following requirements:

  1. 1
    There must be no minor children from the marriage;
  2. 2
    The Wife must not be pregnant at the of filing for divorce;
  3. 3
    Both spouses must complete and file a Financial Affidavit, a notarized detailed FL Supreme Court Form regarding each spouses property and finances (wages, assets, liabilities, creditors, etc.);
  4. 4
    Both Spouses must file a settlement agreement that settles any financial or property assets/issues; and
  5. 5
    Both Spouses must attend the Final Hearing of Divorce

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