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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are grounds for divorce in Florida?
  2. How is divorce initiated in Florida?
  3. How is annulment different from divorce?
  4. What are grounds for an annulment in Florida?
  5. Can I oppose a divorce in Florida?
  6. Can my spouse tell me that I cannot see my kids?
  7. Do I have to pay alimony in a divorce in Florida?
  8. How can I keep my spouse from selling properties before we divorce in Florida?
  9. How do I ask my spouse for a divorce?
  10. How do I choose a divorce attorney in Florida?
  11. How do I protect my credit when going through a divorce in Florida?
  12. What is the difference between community and non-community property in Florida?
  13. How does collaborative divorce work in Florida?
  14. How long does it take for a divorce to be final in Florida?
  15. How will collaborative divorce affect my children?
  16. I live in a fault state. What happens if I cannot prove fault?
  17. If I ask for a divorce and move out, do I still have to pay the rent and bills on that place?
  18. Is my spouse entitled to a portion of my business in Florida?
  19. Is there a right to a jury trial in divorce in Florida?
  20. My husband and I are getting divorced and he wants to relinquish his parental rights. How can we do this?
  21. My spouse just asked for a divorce. What do I do first in Florida?
  22. What are the advantages of choosing a collaborative divorce in Florida?
  23. In my Florida divorce case, what are the alternatives to going to court?
  24. What are the most common financial mistakes made during divorce?
  25. What happens to joint debts when we divorce in Florida?
  26. What if I need child support while the divorce is still in process in Florida?
  27. What is a fault divorce?
  28. What is a marital settlement agreement in a divorce in Florida?
  29. In my Florida divorce case, what is a petition?
  30. What papers do I need when I start a divorce case in Florida?
  31. When parents are not divorced yet, can one parent move with the children out of Florida?
  32. Why should divorcing couples consider mediation in Florida?
  33. A large part of my husband’s income is cash and is never reported. How do I ensure I get what I deserve?
  34. Am I considered legally divorced in Florida if my marriage was annulled?
  35. Can an out of state divorce be enforced in Florida?
  36. In my Florida divorce case, can I and should I keep the house?
  37. Can I annul my marriage rather than getting a divorce in Florida?
  38. Can I file for divorce in Florida while my spouse is stationed with the military in another country?
  39. Can I go back to my maiden name after my divorce in Florida?
  40. Can I make my husband repay the money he cleaned out of my bank account?
  41. Can I represent myself in family court in Florida?
  42. In my Florida divorce case, can I use my spouse’s affair against them?
  43. In my Florida divorce case, can we decide ourselves how to divide our property?
  44. Do I have to share my pension after my Florida divorce?
  45. Does a divorce or annulment need to be filed in the same state the marriage was in?
  46. In Florida divorce cases, how do attorneys and judges contribute to parent alienation?
  47. In my Florida divorce case, how do I reply to the petition?
  48. How do mediating spouses protect their legal rights in Florida?
  49. In my Florida divorce case, what happens in a temporary hearing?
  50. What is an uncontested divorce?