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In a recent discussion with a prospective client about an uncontested divorce, they asked when their spouse would be served.

When Serving Divorce Papers is Not Required

Divorce papers do not need to be served on a spouse when your divorce is uncontested— when you and your spouse agree that you want the divorce and […]

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by Ian Oliver

 

1. By far the most important key to a successful divorce (and by that I mean one that minimizes an adversarial and nasty environment and one that protects the children as much as possible) is for both parties to maintain a compromising and flexible attitude with as little emotion and “cut […]

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Ending a relationship is challenging from an emotional standpoint, and can often lead to letting a separation take the place of an actual divorce. While this may make sense emotionally to some, it can create headaches down the line when it comes to financial issues, especially for women who postpone a divorce.

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If you have visited this blog or my site before, you can probably tell that I am a big fan of uncontested divorces.  You would think that as a lawyer, I would prefer the litigated, never-ending contested divorce with the high fees.  The truth is that I get happier clients with uncontested divorces […]

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Florida is a no-fault divorce state, like many other states in the US. This means that all you need to get a divorce is to decide that your marriage is not working for whatever reason and then file – no more “fault grounds” like abandonment, cruelty, etc.

Many see this as the […]

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