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Oh No! My Spouse’s Florida Divorce Lawyer Wants to Take My Deposition!
Your expert divorce lawyer tells you that your spouse's attorney wants to take your deposition. What do you need to know before that happens? A deposition is just a session where the other lawyer asks you questions well ahead of the scheduled trial in your case. Here is a list of what to do and what not to do.
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An uncontested divorce means that the spouses agree on the division of marital property, alimony, and child custody, support, and visitation. The spouses sign a Marital Settlement Agreement and go to court for a quick hearing to finalize the divorce. The cost of an uncontested Florida divorce is usually minimal. It generally takes 30 days after the parties sign the Marital Settlement Agreement for the court to finalize the uncontested divorce. This time will vary depending on how busy the courthouse is, but an uncontested divorce with both spouse's participation is typically the fastest.
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