Help with Florida Divorce Papers and Forms
You probably already know that just about everything has it’s own, “National Day.” As I type this on January 3rd contemplating my evening meal, I can’t quite decide whether I want to toast to National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day, National Drinking Straw Day, or National Fruitcake Toss day. Is there a Florida Divorce Lawyer day? No, but read on.
If I get caught drinking with a straw in today’s politically charged environment, I might run the risk of assault. And since it’s against the law to bring a Fruitcake into the State of Florida, I guess I’m left with National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day. (I can eat them, but not my favorite.)
So, you may be wondering by now where I’m going with this. Well, it just so happens that this coming Monday, January 7th is National Divorce Day. Apparently this annual Monday was chosen due to Florida divorce lawyer’s statistics being compiled that show that more Florida divorce paperwork is filed on this day than any other day of the year.
If you think about this, it kinda makes sense. Unless your soul is darkened by evil, most folks wouldn’t want to start, “Going Through the Big D”, around Thanksgiving and certainly not around Christmastime. And, even though it may be hard to believe, I’ve heard that couples sometimes argue during the holidays. So, I guess it’s easy to see how January’s National Divorce Day is the “High Holy Day” for Florida Divorce lawyers. It also means increased business for companies like ours who provide help with completing Florida divorce paperwork and forms.
This caused me to look back at our self-help Florida divorce forms customers for the past three years. Yep, sure enough the statistics hold true with our business too. However, we seem to start seeing more cases on National Divorce Day, and it climbs to a crescendo in February. Lots of folks are looking for an affordable Florida divorce solution this time of year.
Of all the things to write about, I hate writing about Dissolution of Marriage and divorce papers in Florida. It’s never a happy subject. If there is a silver lining to be had, it may come with the knowledge that if you don’t require legal advice or representation at this stage, and even more so if you’re pending divorce is uncontested by agreement, you can file your case by yourself and save a whole fruitcake tin full of C-notes. That’s kinda where we come in.
We’d be happy to speak with you and tell you all about the nonlawyer stuff we do for the community, including help with Florida divorce paperwork. If you’d like to get started right away, please visit our Florida divorce help page.
On a side note, we know of a local attorney, a very experienced mediator, who is going to start offering “pre divorce” mediation services. Imagine having all of your issues resolved before even filing your case. I think that’s a pretty cool concept.