If you and your spouse mutually agree on all aspects of the divorce including assets, bills, children’s issues, ect., you know the location of your spouse, and they agree to sign all the divorce papers, and at least one of you has lived in the State of Florida for the last six months then you can file for a No Court Divorce in most counties in Florida. However, we do not guarantee that the court won’t request you attend a hearing.
Filing for a No Court Divorce means you do not have to attend a court hearing, as long as all of the criteria above are met 100%, unless the court themselves requests you attend a hearing.
Types Of Divorces That Qualify For No Court Divorce
Simplified Divorce: If you are filing a Simple divorce with no minor children or financial disagreements, and you and your spouse are completely in agreement with all aspects if the issues of your divorce, then you can file under a No Court Divorce. You cannot request alimony or any joint financial matters. Click here to see if a Simple Divorce is right for you.
Divorce With Property But No Children: An Uncontested divorce with that involved property, but no children can also be filed as a No Court Divorce in most Florida Courts. Click here to see if an Uncontested Divorce with no Children is right for you.
Divorce with Children: An Uncontested divorce with children, where the parties agree on all aspects of the divorce, including issue regarding the children, can file as a No Court Divorce in most Florida Courts. Click here to see if an Uncontested Divorce with no Children is right for you.
DISCLAIMER: Florida Legal Form Service (FLFS) is a non-lawyer, non- attorney service which provides prepared divorce papers based on the information you provided us. We cannot offer any legal advice and cannot represent you in any way whatsoever. We use Florida Supreme Court approved forms, which are in compliance with the court and are 100% accepted. FLFS will help you through the entire process of preparing the divorce documents, with minimal work on your end.