Uncontested Divorce Attorney in Orlando, FL
Jennifer Dane Family Law
If two people have resolved all of the issues surrounding their dissolution of marriage including equitable distribution, alimony and children’s issues, then the party’s have an uncontested divorce. Call Jennifer Dane Family Law office for a confidential consultation to discuss your uncontested divorce and how it can help you complete the divorce process in Orlando, FL and surrounding areas.
Jennifer Dane will personally handle all aspects of your divorce . You will be able to contact Ms. Dane by phone, text or email at any time with questions specific to your case and your concerns. Your case will never be handed to a less experienced attorney, Ms. Dane is the only attorney that will advocate for you throughout your entire case. Your divorce will get Attorney Dane’s full attention. If you are considering a divorce and want to know more about how to pursue an uncontested divorce, contact Jennifer Dane Family Law office for a consultation in Orlando, FL and surrounding areas.
Do you Represent my spouse and me?
Even in an uncontested divorce, the lawyer you choose in Orlando, FL can only represent one client at a time. This means Jennifer Dane Family Law will only be representing you throughout the uncontested dissolution process. Attorney Dane will answer only your legal questions and advice. Your spouse does not have to hire an attorney. At Jennifer Dane Family Law our staff will prepare all the necessary documents for your spouse to review and sign.
How Long Does an Uncontested Divorce Take?
That will depend on how quickly you and your spouse come to a comprehensive agreement and how quickly you all sign the necessary documents to complete, including the Marital Settlement Agreement. For example in Florida, if you have children each party is required to take a parenting course and file a certificate of completion of the course with the court. If you are seeking an uncontested divorce and you live in Orange or Osceola County you will be required to attend and final hearing in front of a Judge, if you live in Seminole or Lake County you may not have to attend a hearing and the final judgment will be mailed to the Judge for signature.
Do I have to attend Mediation?
If there is a complete agreement and both you and your spouse sign off on the agreement then mediation will not be required. The signed Marital Settlement Agreement is filed with the court and your case moves to final judgment 20 days after the petition is filed.
Personalized Legal Representation
If you are facing a divorce or are considering entering into an agreement with your spouse, contact Jennifer Dane Family Law office for a confidential consultation in the Orlando area, to discuss your case, your options and your family. Jennifer’s primary focus is to help you and your family transition through the divorce process as seamlessly as possible and to ensure your interests are protected every step of the way.