Simplified Divorce without Children in South Florida


You may qualify for a simplified divorce if you do not have any minor or dependent children born out of the marriage, and so long as the wife is not pregnant.

A simplified divorce without children is the quickest and most inexpensive way of ending your marriage.

Florida Divorce Law offers a complete package of forms with all instructions starting at just $49.95 for the Basic Package for Initial Court Filing. Why pay thousands of dollars to attorneys for something you may be able to do easily for yourself.

A simplified divorce allows the parties to work out all of their issues together, and then complete the necessary forms before going to court.


What Are the Requirements for a Simplified Divorce if We Do Not Have Children?

To get a simplified divorce without children, you must first meet the following criteria:

⦁ The wife cannot be pregnant
⦁ There are no dependent or minor children born to or adopted by the parties jointly
⦁ All financial obligations and issues must be resolved and agreed upon – not needed in writing
⦁ Must file a written property division agreement with the court at initial appearance
⦁ Both parties waive alimony
⦁ Both parties acknowledge that the marriage is beyond saving
⦁ Both parties willingly give up their right to trial and appeal
⦁ Both parties sign the divorce petition under oath and attend the uncontested final hearing
⦁ One of the parties must be a Florida resident for a minimum of six months prior to filing
⦁ Both parties willingly give up their right to full financial disclosure

Getting Started with Your Simplified Divorce

Getting a quick and amicable divorce is easy when both parties agree on all details, and there are no minor children involved. This is referred to as a simplified divorce without children, and everything you need to begin and complete the process is available right here in our Basic Package.

For only $49.95, you will get all the forms necessary for your simplified divorce, along with easy to follow directions for their completion.

What happens if I have questions about any of these forms?

Most questions are answered in the included instructions, however, if you would like to speak with one of our paralegals or attorneys for guidance or form review, that is also available for an additional fee.

You and your spouse will take the completed forms to the family court. The court must be in the county of residence of one of the partners. A simplified divorce is only finalized if both parties attend the final hearing together.

If you are looking for the easiest, quickest, and most inexpensive way to get a divorce, then Florida Divorce Law’s Basic Divorce package is what you need.

If you have any questions or would like to speak with an attorney before making a decision, please contact us by completing the contact form or calling us at (954) 344-7737 to speak with a member of our legal team.

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