The Flat-Fee Divorce Checklist for a Florida Divorce

The Flat-Fee Divorce Checklist for a Florida Divorce

Solve the problem of high legal fees to get a divorce.

Checkout this checklist to see if you can get a Florida divorce for a flat fee.


Vivian Rodriguez

August 23, 2017


  1. The Flat-Fee Divorce Checklist Getting a Divorce in Florida

  2. Once you and your spouse have decided to get a

    divorce, the only missing piece of the divorce puzzle is finding out how you can get it done for as little as possible and still get professional help to get it done right. Affordable Divorce ?
  3. “How much does it cost to get a divorce?” Not

    all divorces can be done for a flat fee BUT, this checklist will tell you if you can avoid high legal divorce fees
  4. DIVORCE WITH NO CHILDREN – Flat Fee  You and

    you’re spouse agree on getting a divorce  You both agree about what to do with whatever property you have  Also agree about what to do with whatever debt you have  You are comfortable using the phone and email to get things done  You want to get it done quickly, usually about 3-4 weeks from the date of filing.
  5.  Parental responsibility  A time-sharing schedule with the child(ren)

     You both understand that the court must set a child support amount according to the Florida Child Support Guidelines If there are children, you and your spouse ALSO AGREE on ALL of the following: DIVORCE WITH CHILDREN- Flat Fee
  6. Flat Fee Divorce When you and your spouse agree on

    each of the areas covered, you solve the problem of getting an affordable divorce. You can do yours for a flat fee, with or without children
  7. To Learn More, visit Vivian C. Rodriguez P.A. 2520

    SW 22 St, #2-041, Miami, FL Tel: 305-710-9419 All information provided on this site is GENERAL INFORMATION ONLY, and NOT LEGAL ADVICE-you SHOULD NOT use or rely on any information on this site to resolve your legal issues * You should consult an attorney to help you with your individual legal problem. Vivian C. Rodriguez is a licensed attorney in the State of Florida.