Solomita Law, PLLC
Solomita Law, PLLC
  • 12001 Research Parkway
    Suite 236
    Orlando, FL 32826
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An uncontested divorce should not take more than 2-4 months. For more information on Divorce Cases, an initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you seek today by calling (407) 305-5599.

In order to initiate the divorce case, one spouse must file a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage that explains the grounds of the divorce. In Florida, there can only be two grounds for divorce: if one spouse is mentally incapacitated or if the marriage is irretrievably broken. Once filed, the other spouse must be served with the divorce petition within 120 days.

Upon receiving the Petition for Dissolution of Marriage, the other spouse has 20 days to answer – either denying or admitting the allegations in the petition.

During a Florida divorce case, both parties must disclose certain papers and documents. If either spouse is seeking specific information, they may use the process of discovery. This may involve interrogations and depositions; among other things.

Throughout this process, there can be agreements made via mediation, and the divorce can be finalized. Otherwise, the case may go to trial where a final decision is made by a judge.

An uncontested divorce occurs when both parties are able to come to a sustainable agreement regarding the terms and conditions of their divorce. This is typically done using mediation tactics, and is overseen by an experienced uncontested divorce attorney.

An uncontested divorce saves everyone involved an immense amount of money, time, and emotional distress. Not only this, but it allows both parties to come to amicable decisions about their finances, property, alimony, children, and more.

With the guidance of an adept legal professional, uncontested divorces are much more likely to occur. Not only can divorce lawyers help come up with viable legal strategies, but they can also offer a significant amount of protection and clarity throughout the entire divorce process.
If you stand to inherit something and know of that when you file, you must disclose your potential inheritance and it could become property of the bankruptcy estate.
Yes, your retirement accounts and social security benefits are normally safe in a bankruptcy.
Yes, most people can keep their homes when filing bankruptcy. In the state of Florida the Homestead Exemption can normally be applied to protect your home. For more information on Medical Debts And Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, an initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (407) 305-5599 today.
Your ability to keep your property(personal and real) depends on the exemptions you qualify for. Most people can keep their homes, cars, and normal household belongings. Please consult an attorney to learn more about what would be exempt.
Yes, your bankruptcy filing will stop any lawsuit that is currently in progress. If you have a judgment against you, the debt owed from the judgment will be discharged. Please consult an attorney on whether there are any extra steps needed to remove judgment liens.
Examples of secured debts include homes and vehicles. They have liens against them that must be paid in full before title/deed can be passed to the owner. Unsecured debts are not encumbered by any liens. Credit card debt is the biggest example.
Unfortunately, your co-signer is still liable for the debt if you file bankruptcy.
Alec Solomita, Esq.

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