Cost of Divorce in Florida

The cost of a Florida divorce varies from case to case. This is due to a large number of factors that impact the total cost of a Florida divorce. The factors that affect the cost of a divorce in Florida include, but is not limited to, court fees, attorney fees, document preparation fees, trial fees, and other expenses related to settlement of a case such as mediation. For these reasons you should look at total divorce cost.

The most predictable cost is the court fee which is $408 regardless of the county you file in as the court fee does not vary based on county and whether your case does or does not involve property and/or children.

How can I save money on my Florida divorce?

You can save on a divorce in Florida by completing your divorce by agreement. By reaching an agreement you do not have to pay attorneys to litigate the issues of your divorce. By not overpaying for attorney services and fees you can control the cost of your divorce. Keep in mind that most all divorce cases end by agreement even if you spend thousands preparing for a court battle. In such cases you spend all your money paying an attorney to assist you in reaching an agreement with your spouse.

What is an agreed divorce?

An agreed divorce is where you and your spouse reach an agreement on the issues of your divorce before you file for your divorce. The agreement should cover how you would divide your marital property and debts and if you have children determine how you will handle child support timesharing. By reaching this agreement you can save thousands by completing an uncontested divorce.

What does this website offer?

Through this website you can begin your uncontested divorce process online. You simply answer a series of questions and then submit your answers. Our legal team will then prepare all the paperwork for you to include detailed instructions for filing and finalizing your divorce by mail with no court appearance required.

What does your service cost?

The total cost of our service is $249. Payment plans are available. There are no other service fees. The court fee is separate. The court fee may be waived by the court if you qualify. If you would like to apply for a filing fee waiver please ask us to provide you with the waiver document.