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Question: What is the fastest and least burdensome way to divorce in Florida?
Answer: Fast Florida Divorce’s extra simplified divorce process.
Question: What about Simplified Divorce? My friend said she did a simplified divorce.
Answer: Florida does have a Simplified Divorce option; however, that process requires two court appearances by both spouses. The following requirements must be met to qualify for a simplified divorce, and the ones in bold apply only to Simplified Divorce:
Question: So what are the advantages of a Simplified Divorce?
Answer: The Simplified Divorce was created in Florida to allow for certain couples to complete their divorce case more quickly than a regular divorce. Unfortunately, that does not always happen. Additionally, the Simplified Divorce requires both spouses to go to the courthouse twice. In reality, not all counties are able to process Simplified Divorces as quickly as originally planned. Some counties can take longer than two months to complete these Simplified Divorces because they are so busy.
This chart may be helpful:
|Regular Agreed Divorce||Simplified Divorce||Fast Florida Divorce|
|Where filed?||Local Circuit Court||Local Circuit Court||Special Circuit Court|
|Court visit required?||Yes, one or both spouses||Yes, both spouses||No court visit|
|How many court visits||Two, by one spouse||Two, by both spouses||None|
|Time to get divorce?||2-4 months||1-2 months||21 days|
|Waive financial documents?||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Waiver of financial affidavits?||No||Yes||No|
|Additional Costs:||Pay to park; time off work; waiting at courthouse||Pay to park; time off work; waiting at courthouse||Postage, if mailed|
Question: I have read that there are benefits to filing in my local county. Do you know what those benefits are, and when it might be better than filing with Fast Florida Divorce’s special Circuit Court?
Answer: Yes. If you and your spouse aren’t in agreement, or you aren’t sure if your spouse will agree to sign the paperwork, or you do not know the whereabouts of your spouse, then it will be better to file in your local Circuit Court. You will want to be in your local Circuit Court in the situations where you are likely to have to make multiple trips to the court and/or use a local attorney to assist you with your divorce.
Question: Will it cost me more to file in my local county?
Answer: No, the costs that you pay to the Circuit Court will be the same in any county. The increased costs that you may incur will be indirect ones. If you file in your local county, then you will have to file the paperwork and possibly go to the courthouse during the workday, and you might have to take time off of work. (If you file a Simplified Divorce, then you will have to go to the courthouse twice.) You may have additional costs associated with traveling to the courthouse. You will also have the emotional cost that comes with the stress of handling the matter on your own. One intangible we offer is peace of mind.
Question: Can Fast Florida Divorce prepare a case for filing in my local county?
Answer: Yes. We offer two services for all Circuit courts in Florida.
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