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There are two basic types of divorce cases in Florida: Contested and Uncontested. A contested divorce occurs when the husband and wife cannot come to an agreement on one or more issues related to the dissolution of their marriage. Typically, a divorce will be handled by the local county family court in your area.  When parties cannot come to an agreement, even with the aid of their respective counsels, most will take their issues to family court for the Judge to decide. Contested divorces typically involve difficult issues related to child custody, child support, division of assets and property, allocation of debts, and alimony

In an uncontested divorce, both parties agree upon issues including child custody, spousal support, asset division and any other issues related to the divorce.  This agreement is put into writing, often prior to filing the case.  A Judge reviews the suggested terms and in most cases signs a Decree of Divorce.  Uncontested divorces can save parties money and involve less conflict.  You can utilize an attorney to process your divorce; however some couples attempt to process uncontested divorces on the cheap without a divorce lawyer.

Don’t waste valuable time and money processing your own uncontested divorce. Avoid having to return to court by retaining a Florida lawyer to assist you with your uncontested divorce.  At the Luna Law Firm, PA we want to help you avoid the anger and frustration that can come with errors or omissions associated with processing an uncontested divorce without proper legal representation by a Florida attorney.  It is important to work with an experienced Florida family law attorney who can draft your divorce settlement agreement accurately and correctly the first time.

The Luna Law Firm, PA has experience in US Military divorce issues. Please visit our Military Divorce Page for detailed information on US Military Family Law Issues. At the Luna Law Firm, PA,  we are flexible and can represent you as assistance is needed on various issues regarding your uncontested divorce. Some parties attend mediation prior to filing their divorce.   We are happy to provide assistance with negotiating your divorce settlement and reviewing documents associated with mediated settlements.  This service helps you understand the divorce and mediation process and educates you about your rights. This is a cost savings method to reduce legal expenses while processing your case.

To arrange a consultation to discuss the option of an uncontested divorce, call the Luna Law Firm, PA today at (904) 387-3334. The Luna Law Firm, PA can assist you with your divorce whether in Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra, St. Augustine, Middleburg, Mayport, or elsewhere in the State of Florida.