Frequently Asked Questions

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If you have questions about family and collaborative law, we're here to give you the answer. Our FAQ section is designed to help you understand the basics of family law and collaborative law, and how they may apply to your specific situation.

If you have additional questions or would like to discuss your specific legal needs, our experienced attorneys are available for a consultation.

What is a divorce going to cost me? Can I afford it?
How long do I have to live in Florida in order to get a divorce?
How long does a divorce take?
What is the first step towards getting divorced in Florida?
My spouse had an affair, can that be used against him or her?
What if I cannot afford a lawyer?
Can I use my former name after the divorce?
If I cannot find my spouse, can I still get a divorce?
Do both parties need to attend a final divorce hearing?
Do I still need to attend the Final Hearing if my spouse and I went to mediation and signed an agreement that resolved all of our issues?
When is my divorce final?
Can I force my spouse to sign an Agreement?
What do I do if I'm served divorce papers?
What is an Uncontested Divorce?
Can I attend mediation instead of filing for a divorce?
Am I required to go to mediation once a divorce proceeding has been filed?

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