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Can You Change A Contested Divorce To An Uncontested Divorce In Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

Broadly speaking, divorces can be divided into two categories. A contested divorce is a divorce that is in dispute—a court must weigh in on a key matter. On the other hand, an uncontested divorce is one in which the parties are able to reach a settlement on their own. Most divorces end up being… Read More »

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Is a Court Appearance Required If We’re Getting an Uncontested Divorce in Florida?

By Gale H. Moore |

While divorce is relatively common, divorce trials are somewhat unusual. The best data suggests that less than three percent of divorces are resolved through litigation. Most couples want to end their marriage in a painless, cost effective manner. For this reason, many people opt to resolve their issues and get an uncontested divorce. You… Read More »

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What are the Benefits of Avoiding Divorce Litigation?

By Gale H. Moore |

The United States Census Bureau estimates that 780,000 American couples got divorced in 2018 alone. The vast majority of those marital separations were finalized outside of the courtroom. In fact, only a small percentage of U.S. divorces go to trial. You may be wondering: Why do people want to avoid divorce litigation? The answer… Read More »

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