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Under Florida law (Florida Statutes Chapter 61), \u201cdissolution of marriage\u201d is simply the legal term used to describe divorce. You may hear the terms divorce and dissolution used interchangeably\u2014both in formal settings and in informal settings. They refer to the same thing.
Once the original petition is filed, the next step in a divorce for the respondent, the person on whom the petition is served, to compose and file an answer to the petition for the dissolution of marriage. The respondent has twenty days from when the papers are served to respond.
A Florida divorce decree includes all the information found in a divorce certificate, but it also contains the court's final ruling and judgment order that makes the dissolution of a marriage official.
There are only two grounds for dissolution of marriage in Florida: The marriage is irretrievably broken; or. Mental incapacity of one of the parties, where the party was adjudged incapacitated for the prior three years.
In Florida, you have 20 days from the day you were served to respond. If you do not respond during this time, the above scenarios can play out. A failure to respond to a divorce petition served on you in Tallahassee or any city in Florida can only hurt your interests in the divorce.
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Filing Fees The court charges to process a divorce. This charge is called a filing fee. Most Florida counties charge $408 to file a divorce, but a few charge $409. Duval County will penalize you for not having an attorney and will add an extra $12 to the cost.
There is no statute under Florida law for annulments, which means the state does not provide the steps for seeking an annulment, like it does for seeking a divorce. Under Florida law, any marriage that can be voided is one that can be annulled.
Here are the steps to get a divorce (dissolution of marriage) in Florida: Step 1: Filing the Petition. ... Step 2: Answering the Petition. ... Step 3: Gathering Additional Information: The Divorce Discovery Process. ... Step 4: Mediation: Negotiating the Terms of the Divorce. ... Step 5: Agreeing on a Parenting Plan.
Under Florida law, you have 20 days to respond to the divorce papers after the initial service of process.
Florida is one of the many states that have abolished fault as a ground for dissolution of marriage. The only requirement to dissolve a marriage is for one of the parties to prove that the marriage is \u201cirretrievably broken.\u201d Either spouse can file for the dissolution of marriage.

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