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Florida Divorce Law

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In order to file Petition for Dissolution of Marriage in Florida divorce law, one must be sure that the Circuit Court has jurisdiction over the case.

The most common way partners are eligible to use a specific court system is by meeting the habitat requirements.

  • As per the law, to obtain divorce, one of the spouses must reside 180 days in the state before the enlistment of the petition.
  • The petition for divorce can be filed in the county in which either or both spouses reside.
  • The Petition for Dissolution of Marriage is the initial document filed with the Florida court.
  •  It is to be noted that the filing spouse will request the court to terminate the marriage under certain specified grounds.

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