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What Constitutes an Uncontested Divorce in Florida?

Sometimes divorce can end in utter chaos with both spouses completely despising each other. On other occasions, two parties in a divorce may end their marriage amicably and in agreement about how things will be settled. When both spouses agree on property division, alimony, child support, and child custody, it is considered an uncontested divorce.

In order to qualify for an uncontested divorce, spouses must meet these requirements:

  • Agree that the marriage is beyond repair
  • Come to a mutual agreement on division of property and debts
  • One spouse has been a resident in Florida for at least six months

Call us at (800) 822-5170 to discuss your needs in an uncontested divorce.

The Benefits of Uncontested Divorce

In contested divorce cases, the most common resolution is going through trial and having a judge make the final decisions on all aspects of the divorce. Contested cases are often very emotionally charged and stressful and can take a long time to resolve.

An uncontested divorce, on the other hand, allows you and your spouse to have more control over the situation so that you have more of a say in the decisions you know will work best for your family. Furthermore, because you are able to come to an agreement on these factors, you don't have to spend countless hours going through the court system and spending money on unnecessary fees.

Uncontested divorce allows you to save time and money and reduces the amount of stress you face. Above all else, you are able to shield your children from difficult court matters that could have a lasting impact on their lives. If you are considering a divorce and believe that pursuing a resolution outside of court will work best for you, please contact our firm to for a case review.

The Experience You Need for a Bright Future

Many spouses make the mistake of filing for an uncontested divorce without hiring an attorney, forgetting that the procedures and details necessary for the overall process do not always go off without a hitch. With more than 80 years of combined legal experience, the attorneys at The Virga Law Firm, P.A. can guide you every step of the way to ensure a smooth transition into your new life.

For an initial consultation, contact our Panama City divorce office today!