Broward County Uncontested Divorce – Flat Fee Divorce

Less than 30 Days to A Divorce Decree

Without Or With Children, Uncontested Divorces Online Take Less Time and Cost Less

When it comes to divorce, most people ask themselves:

What will it cost?      What will it take?    How long will it take?

After spending time looking for the answers on the internet or asking your friends who may have gone through a divorce, you WILL probably be confused.

 That’s because the answers to those questions is:

 “It depends on what you and your spouse want to do”

To make it easier to find the answers for your own situation, here’s all the information you need to know about the entire process of divorce–and how to get it done quickly and hassle-free:

There are only 2 types of divorces.

 One is an uncontested divorce. This is the one where you an your spouse agree on everything that needs to be decided so you can each go your separate ways.

The second type is the one in which both of you spend time and money to get in front of a judge so that whatever you don’t agree on can be decided for you by that judge—the litigated divorce.

 The Quickest, Easiest & Most Inexpensive Divorce

As you may be able to tell by now, an uncontested divorce is the quickest, easiest and most inexpensive divorce–and here is why:

Uncontested divorces leave nothing for the judge to decide, because leaving anything to the judge to decide means that you will have to put on evidence. 

And to put on evidence, you have to hire lawyers (unless you know how to put on evidence in court), possibly experts (depending on what you’re fighting each other over).  You will also get stuck in the clogged legal system waiting to get the divorce done.

All of that takes time and, of course, money.

Here’s How An Uncontested Divorce Works

 —YOUR answers to these 3 questions will tell you if you qualify for an uncontested divorce

  1.  Are you and your spouses in agreement that the marriage is over?
  2.  Have you and your spouse agreed on what to do with whatever property or debt you  have?
  3. If you have children, do you and your spouse agree on the time-sharing with the children, and that the court will have to establish an amount of child support if the Florida Child Support Guidelines indicate that there should be one?

If you can answer YES to ALL of those questions, as they apply to your marriage, then you can get an uncontested divorce, usually in 3 weeks from the day we file the divorce papers with the court.

If there is even one “no” to any of the above questions, or if either of you have questions as to what rights you have granted in marriage by our laws, then this process is most probably not for you until those questions are answered.

If you answered YES to ALL those questions, then here’s how to get a divorce, usually in 3 weeks with our office after we’ve opened the case in court.

How to Start Your Divorce Online With Us:

1.  Complete the form below and click on submit.

2.  After submitting your information, please check your email to confirm that you do want me to contact you within 1 business day.   This will let me ask you a couple of more questions to make sure you satisfy all the requirements, including the legal “stuff” like jurisdiction of the Court to get you divorced.  And you get to ask me any questions you may have about this process.

3.  If you’re good to go, you will be on your way to getting the divorce decree about 3 weeks from the date we open the court case.

4.   You will only pay a flat fee (plus the filing fee),
for the entire uncontested divorce.

 This service is Not about…

 …You filling out forms online, printing them and filing your divorce on your own, which is what most “divorce online” sites advertise.  That’s called filling-up forms online.  As of yet, there is no divorce strictly online in Florida that will result in getting a divorce decree without anyone showing up in court.

That’s not what I mean by an “online divorce.”

We complete the divorce papers you will sign, using the information we will ask you for; and we file the case in court to get the case started.

More importantly, we go to court with you on the day of the divorce final hearing.

You are not left alone to wonder around the Courthouse making long lines at the Self-Help Center, or asking legal questions that they cannot answer.

What I do for you, that the online divorce form outfits and the friendly folks at Self-Help cannot do, is answer all your legal questions via telephone while the divorce is pending, (which I prefer) or via email (which I will do if that’s what you want but it takes longer).

If you are ready to get divorced, you answered “Yes” to the 3 questions above; and what you and your spouse want is to get on with your lives as soon as possible, then complete the form below.  It is the easy way to get a divorce.

This Service is Not for you if:

  • You are looking for a free divorce
  • You have questions about your rights under Florida divorce laws
  • There are children of the marriage but you don’t want to have the court set a child support amount if  that is what the Florida Child Support Guidelines call for. (Setting an amount is mandatory; collecting it if not paid is a different process).

 This Service IS for you if:

  •  You and you’re spouse agree on getting a divorce
  •  You both agree what to do with whatever property and/or debt you have
  • You have children of the marriage, and also agree on shared parental responsibility and timesharing; and understand that the court must set a child support amount according to the Florida Child Support Guidelines
  • You are comfortable using the phone and email to get things done
  • And you want to get it done quickly, usually in about 3 weeks from the date of filing

IMPORTANT:  After you submit your information, you will receive a an email asking you to confirm that you did request for me to contact you.  Please confirm so I can call you.  Thank you.

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