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Everything You Need to Know About Divorce in Florida

Everything You Need to Know About Divorce in Florida | Divorce Attorneys in Saint Petersburg Florida

In the state of Florida, divorce is referred to as dissolution of marriage. There are some general requirements to be eligible. Firstly, one member of marriage must be a resident of Florida for at least six months before filing. Once you are ready to file, you must fill out a ‘Petition for Dissolution of Marriage’ at your circuit court. This must be located in the county where the person filing lives. Upon filing this form, the other spouse must be made aware of the petition. They will have 20 days to file an answer to the petition (unless this delay...

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How A Family Lawyer Can Help You Settle Out Of Court

How a Family Lawyer Can Help You Settle Out Of Court

People commonly avoid seeking legal counsel for family legal issues because they don't want to go to court. In situations such as this, it's important for you to have an attorney. Otherwise there's a good chance it will go to court. Continue reading to learn more about how a family lawyer can help you settle your case out of court.   A Family Lawyer Will Give You Peace of Mind One of the most difficult aspects of family legal disputes is not having peace of mind. Not hiring an attorney is essentially a leap of faith: you are trusting that the other party...

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Answers to Common Questions About Divorce

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How long does it take to get a divorce? The quick answer to this question is that it depends. When both partners mutually agree on everything: it will typically take 3-4 months. However, if there are disputes over any terms of the divorce, it is now a bit trickier. This can be anything from finances to child custody. But any time there is a disagreement on the terms of the divorce, the process will take longer. The average time frame for a contested divorce is 9 months to 3 years.   How does the process work if both partners don’t want a divorce? When...

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Keeping ahead of COVID-19

This rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) has imposed an unsettling, fluid situation upon our community and its businesses. While the firm here at Freeman, Goldis & Cash, P.A. still aims to maintain a “business as usual” approach, we are making a number of significant changes to our operations to account for a situation that is far from normal.