Florida Divorce

We offer fixed fee, online legal services for uncontested and no-fault Florida divorce actions for self-represented litigants.

In order to keep our prices low, you will represent yourself at the divorce hearing. We provide you with detailed instructions on what you should do at the divorce hearing and will provide you with coaching by email and/or by telephone.  We can represent you at your divorce hearing, but we charge an additional fee for this service.

Depending on your circumstances, you will file a different Florida divorce action. There are two major types of divorce actions in Florida: Simplified Divorce and a Standard Divorce. A Simplified Divorce involves no minor children and is an uncontested, no fault divorce.

NOTE: Our fee excludes filing fees which you will pay the court directly.

Choose which action applies to you, by clicking the link to start your questionnaire. If you have a question about which action applies to your individual circumstances, please email or call our office for advice and consultation before beginning.

Our packages include a Marital Separation Agreement, when required.

Both parties agree that the marriage cannot be saved (Simplified Divorce with MSA).

  • Both parties agree on all asset and liability division and will be filing a Marital Settlement Agreement (MSA) proving such to the court.
  • No minor children exist within the marriage.
  • The Wife is not pregnant.
  • Parties waive alimony.
  • There is no request for financial details other than those to be provided within the included Financial Affidavits.
  • Both parties waive a trial and all rights to appeal.
  • Both parties are willing and able to appear at the Clerk's office to sign and file the Petition.
  • Both Parties are willing and able to appear at the Final Hearing.

No minor children or property exists within the marriage.

  • No dependent children exist within the marriage.
  • The Wife is not pregnant.
  • Parties have no assets (property) or liabilities (debts) to divide.
  • Parties waive alimony.

Standard Divorce - with Property to Divide, No Minor Children with MSA

  • No minor children exist within the marriage.
  • No dependent children exist.
  • The Wife is not pregnant.
  • A Marital Settlement Agreement (MSA) will be filed which describes how the marital assets and/or liabilities will be divided.

Standard Divorce - with Minor Children with MSA

  • There are minor and/or dependent children or the wife is pregnant.
  • A Marital Settlement Agreement (MSA) will be filed to show the handling of marital assets and liabilities, as well detail issues of child custody and support.

Parenting Plans - Start Here -This is a separate document that must be completed.

All Florida divorces that involve minor children now require a Parenting Plan.

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