Clearwater Uncontested Divorce Attorneys
Let Us Help You and Your Family Through This Process
Divorce is rarely easy for anyone; however, some couples have the good
fortune of ending their marriage amicably, or at least without an undue
amount of fighting. In situations where spouses can compromise on the
divorce process, they are able to get what is called an
uncontested divorce. This means one spouse will file for the divorce and the other spouse
will not contest it. If you’re interested in getting an uncontested
divorce, talk to one of our Clearwater family attorneys at
Tinny, Meyer & Piccarreto, P.A. We have more than 35 years of legal experience to offer you and your family.
Talk to us about your case by calling (727) 245-9009 or filling out our
online form today!
Our experienced divorce attorneys are ready to help you!
How Uncontested Divorce Works
To get divorced in Florida, you don’t need to file a ground for divorce.
However, you do need to meet some eligibility requirements. To have a
simplified dissolution of marriage, you must meet the following criteria:
- No children under the age of 18
- Wife is not pregnant
- At least 1 spouse has lived in the state for at least 6 months
- Spouses agree on property and debt division
Neither spouse is seeking
- Both spouses agree the marriage is broken and want the simplified dissolution
If you meet these requirements, you can prepare a “Petition for Simplified
Dissolution,” and file it with the circuit court clerk’s office
for the county where you or your spouse live. You should also fill out
a “Final Judgment of Simplified Dissolution of Marriage,”
which a judge will sign when the divorce is finalized.
You and your spouse will then need to attend a hearing in court. The judge
will make sure everything is in order before signing your final judgment,
after which you will be officially divorced.
Talk to One of Our Skilled Lawyers Today!
Uncontested divorces are one of the cheapest routes for a quick and easy
dissolution of marriage; however, if you and your spouse can’t agree
on how to divide property, you may need a mediator to help. Talk to our
family law attorneys about your situation. Likewise, if you need assistance filing
for divorce, don’t hesitate to give us a call. Divorce can be extremely
complicated, depending on the situation, and you may have questions or
concerns that must be answered before the paperwork is even filed. If
you would like to discuss the terms of your divorce with an experienced
legal advocate, give us a call.
Contact us at (727) 245-9009 or fill out our online form to schedule a case consultation
with a divorce attorney today.