Below are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions that we receive about divorce and family law.
These answers are not specific to your case and are meant to be generally informative to help you understand the law in Florida.
The specific answer to your specific case may differ.
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- How much does the divorce cost?
- How long does it take to get divorced?
- What is the general divorce process?
- How long do I have to answer if I am served with papers?
- What is Mandatory Disclosure?
- Do I need a lawyer?
- What do I bring with me to my consultation?
- What is a Guardian Ad Litem?
- What is a Parenting Coordinator?
- What is Mediation?
- What does no fault divorce mean?
- I or my children are being abused- how do I get help?
- What is Alimony?
- What is Time-Sharing?
- What is Parental Responsibility?
- What is Equitable Distribution?
- Is there any way to get my spouse to pay my attorney’s fees?
- Do I have to take a parenting course to get a divorce?
- Can I file an annulment instead of a divorce?
- Do grandparents have any time-sharing rights?
- If I pay child support, why don’t I have time-sharing (visitation) with my child?