Preparing Florida Divorce Documents is a nuts and bolts course based on the Florida Supreme Court approved forms for pro se litigants. Each of the different dissolution processes is discussed; information about the Petition for Paternity and Related Relief is included. Forms are included in this course.
All FALDP courses are self-paced and online. Students may return to the course at any time to review course information. We make every effort to update the forms as new forms become available.
After completing the Course Registration Form, you will be sent a Thank You email with a payment feature. You can pay with a debit or credit card through paypal. Tuition for this course is only $410. After payment is made, you will then be directed to the first page of the online course - Preparing Florida Divorce Documents. Please remember to save the link or bookmark that page. If you navigate away from that page, the link will disappear. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us - 800-515-0496 - email@example.com.
Divorce document preparation is one of the most persistently high demand type of document. Document preparers assist consumers by preparing the necessary documents at low cost. People embroiled in a divorce are often already in high stress situations. Document preparers ease their pain, by providing a lower cost alternative.
According to our research, on average, a Florida divorce, using an attorney, costs $13,500. which includes $10,700. in attorneys' fees. So, on average, consumers spend over $2,800. over and above the $10,700. attorneys' services and fees. After attorneys' fees, the rest of divorce costs come from expenses, which includes fees for court filings, mediation, and the cost of copying and serving documents. Expenses also include compensation for expert witnesses and consultants, such as child custody evaluators, appraisers, or financial analysts. Average expenses in Florida divorces were $2,800.
Although consumers could prepare the forms themselves, many don't want to for fear of making mistakes, or not understanding the forms well enough. If the divorcing couple ultimately needs an attorney they have still saved some of their hard earned money, by using a document preparer at the outset. The Florida Supreme Court approved forms for family law within this course are specifically designed for pro se litigants.