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If you have assets to protect or children under age 18, you should seek legal counsel before filing for divorce. However, if you and your spouse are splitting amicably and you’re not fighting over property or kids, you may be able to file for divorce without an attorney. You must meet the State of Florida’s criteria for a “do-it-yourself divorce,” also known as a “simplified dissolution.” If you do, the process is relatively streamlined, consisting of signing a joint petition and appearing in court together to finalize the divorce. Visit for assistance.

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