Generally, there are two types of divorce in Florida: contested and uncontested divorce.
Uncontested divorces, or simple divorces as they’re commonly known, occur when a couple agrees to resolve the termination their marriage out of court. Simplicity, convenience, privacy, and inexpensiveness are just a few of the many advantages of an uncontested divorce.
Even uncontested divorces can have complex issues and Ian C. Hurley can help you protect your rights and assets. Divorces involving children may also be uncontested, but if any issues arise they will become contested.
A contested divorce is when spouses can’t agree on key points to terminate their marriage. When spouses cannot find common ground, even with legal counsel, they may need to resolve the dispute in court. You need an experienced attorney who can navigate the complicated challenges of a contested divorce. Issues that may necessitate a contested divorce include: