When you think of a divorce case, you might imagine spouses battling it out and yelling at one another across the courtroom. While some divorce cases are contentious, many spouses are able to work together and compromise regarding their divorce outcome, which makes the legal process much simpler, less time-consuming, and less expensive.
You can file for an uncontested divorce in Florida if you meet the following requirements:
If you have no children and you can agree on property and financial issues, you are likely a good candidate for uncontested divorce – also known as simplified divorce. But should you call a lawyer for this type of divorce case?
Many people benefit greatly from the help of a divorce lawyer in uncontested cases. First, a lawyer can review your property and debt settlement agreement and determine whether it is fair under the law. Florida law requires the equitable division of property, though some spouses might try to take advantage of a spouse who has a less sophisticated knowledge of the law or their financial situation. A lawyer can ensure that you get your fair share of property. In addition, the paperwork for an uncontested divorce is still complex, and you do not want to make any mistakes that might affect your case or your interests.
Harnage Law, PLLC, handles many uncontested divorces for clients. Our Melbourne divorce attorney knows that even uncontested cases can go wrong, so please do not hesitate to call 321.549.7886 or contact us online to learn more.