DivorceWriter logo
Home About Us
Divorce Papers

Florida Online Divorce

Florida Divorce Details

Use DivorceWriter to prepare all of the Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Forms you need to get a divorce in Florida. You'll also receive full instructions for each step of the divorce process.

Florida Divorce Made Easier

  • File by mail.
  • Get divorced in as little as 30 days.

Residency Requirement

To file for divorce in Florida at least one spouse must have lived in-state for six months.

Grounds for Divorce

The no-fault grounds for divorce in Florida is irretrievable breakdown, which means the marriage is broken beyond repair.

Filing Your Florida Divorce

The basic steps for filing your Florida divorce with DivorceWriter are as follows:

  • Complete the online interview.
  • File the completed documents at your Florida County District Courthouse.
  • A Judge completes your divorce by signing the Judgment.

Simplified Divorce in Florida

Florida has two divorce (dissolution) options--simplified and standard. The advantage of simplified divorce is that it requires fewer documents. Everyone is eligible for a standard divorce, but you have to qualify for a simplified divorce. DivorceWriter makes it easy to choose the right divorce type for you, and if you change your mind at any point, you can switch your paperwork at no additional charge.

Where to find Blank State Forms

If you prefer to complete your forms on your own, they can be directly downloaded from the Florida Supreme Court at no cost using these links:


If your divorce is uncontested and your spouse is willing to sign the papers, you can use DivorceWriter to complete your Florida divorce forms online.  Select "Continue" to start the interview.

Florida Help
© 2023 Pro Se Planning, Inc. All rights reserved.Home | Terms of Use | 100% Guarantee | Privacy | Contact | Sitemap
DivorceWriter.com™ is a leading self-help divorce document web site.
However, this site does not provide legal advice and use of this site is
not a substitute for hiring an attorney licensed to practice in your state.