Under certain circumstances, spouses may jointly file for divorce in Florida and schedule their case for a final hearing within thirty days or less. Pursuant to Florida Family Law Rule of Procedure 12.105, this is known as a simplified dissolution of marriage.
To be eligible for a simplified dissolution of marriage, the following must be true:
If all of the above circumstances are not present, then the parties may not file for a simplified dissolution of marriage. However, the parties may still work together to expedite the process in an uncontested dissolution of marriage.
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