Florida Divorce Forms

COMPLETE QUESTIONNAIRE FOR ALL DIVORCES

Florida Divorce Questionnaire

WE WILL PROPERLY PREPARE YOUR FLORIDA DIVORCE FORMS, FILE THEM, AND REMAIN AVAILABLE TO YOU THROUGHOUT

Daytona Beach Divorce Paralegal

Typically, when a couple decides to divorce, one or both of them hire an attorney.   This is certainly a good idea if you have unresolved issues and need legal advice.

If you’ve decided that you do not require legal advice or representation, and you want to file your divorce pro se without an attorney, you have affordable nonlawyer options.

Florida Document Specialists is a BBB Accredited  and  A+  rated nonlawyer document preparation company that serves all of Florida.  We have years of experience preparing divorce documents, and the value-added services we provide to our customers sets us far apart from our competitors.

WE OFFER TWO  PACKAGES FOR PREPARING AND FILING FLORIDA DIVORCE DOCUMENTS

Florida Divorce Documents Package #1
With All-Inclusive Value-Added Services – Call for Quote
Read the Pro se Divorce FAQ

This package of legal documents contains all of the necessary  Supreme Court approved  Florida divorce forms where the parties have no minor children in common.  This package includes properly prepared Florida divorce papers, all notarizations, correspondence, and our premium filing and case monitoring service.  If your spouse needs to be served, we include all of the logistical services required to affect service of process at no extra charge.

If you do not know the whereabouts of your spouse, we have investigative resources to assist with your diligent search and find their address, usually within 24-hours.

Florida Divorce Documents Package #2
With All-Inclusive Value-Added Services – Call for Quote
Read the Pro se Divorce FAQ

This package is for all Florida divorce matters where the parties have minor children in common or the wife is pregnant.

This package of legal documents contains all of the necessary  Supreme Court approved Florida divorce forms where the parties have minor children in common or the wife is pregnant.  This package includes properly prepared Florida divorce documents, all notarizations, correspondence, and our premium filing and case monitoring service.  If your spouse needs to be served, we include all of the logistical services required to affect service of process at no extra charge.

If you do not know the whereabouts of your spouse, we have investigative resources to assist with your Florida diligent search and find their address, usually within 24-hours.

We complete every Florida divorce form needed.  This includes the documents necessary to divide your property, establish child support, set a timesharing schedule, or any other agreement you wish to present to the court.

Both parents will be required to complete a DCF approved 4-hour co-parenting class before the court will grant the divorce.   The cost of this class is not included in our fee.

Things You Should Know

The price we quote you for our services does not include government fees such as court filing fees, the fee for issuing a Summons, and fees charged to serve papers on the other party.  The filing fee for divorce in Florida averages $408 depending on the county.  You may qualify for a waiver of most government fees, and we will prepare and file the application for you at no extra charge.

It is very important that your divorce documents are properly prepared before you file them with the court.  If they are not, the court will not accept them, and they are not permitted to tell you what is wrong.  This can be frustrating and time consuming for people who are not used to working with legal forms. Our primary mission is to assist the self-help customer in making sure that the documents the customer selects are prepared properly using the factual information that the customer has provided. We use the questionnaires on this page to collect the required information from you.

Most of our customers have their divorce finalized within 30-40 days after it is filed.  In some cases, neither party has to appear in court.

Be sure to read our Frequently Asked Questions FAQ about pro se divorce in Florida.