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To file for divorce in Florida, at least one party must either be a Florida resident or be stationed with the military in Florida. You or your spouse must have lived in Florida for a minimum of six months before filing for divorce. You will also need to provide a Florida driver’s license for proof at the time of the hearing.What are the adultery laws in Florida?
Under Florida Statute §798.01, whoever lives in an open state of adultery shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the second degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082 or s. 775.083. Where either of the parties living in an open state of adultery is married, both parties so living shall be deemed to be guilty of the offense provided for in this section.What is the divorce process in Florida?
The divorce process in Florida can be as simple or as complex as you make it to be. The Florida divorce begins when one person in a marriage wants a divorce. That person initiates the legal divorce process by filing a motion to dissolve the marriage with family court in their county of residence.How long will my Florida divorce take?
The short answer to the question of how long your Florida divorce will take is that an uncontested Florida divorce generally takes about 3 months while the “average” contested Florida divorce generally takes about a year, but can take as long as two years, or, in extreme circumstances even longer.