The only requirement for a divorce in Florida is that there are irreconcilable differences and this must be stated in the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Florida is a “no fault” state.
What are Grounds for Divorce in Florida Laws?
If you’re looking to get your divorce completed as soon as possible and with the least cost you should consider an uncontested divorce. With an uncontested divorce you and your spouse reach an agreement on how to divide your marital property and debts. You do not have to spend your time proving ground for the divorce because Florida does not assign blame to either spouse.
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