Able Legal Forms Company
P.O. Box 2144, Foley, AL 36536
CUSTOMER AGREEMENT, DECLARATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS
AND NON-LAWYER DISCLOSURE
FLORIDA UNCONTESTED DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
1. Husband's Name:
2. Wife's Name:
3. How did you hear about us?
I/We, the undersigned customer(s), understand and accept that Able Legal Forms Company
IS NOT A LAW FIRM, and its employees ARE NOT ATTORNEYS/PARALEGALS, may not give legal
advice, cannot tell me what my legal rights or remedies are, cannot tell me how to testify
in court, and do not represent me/us in this matter. I/We seek their assistance as a
reasonable alternative to a Florida lawyer so I/we may gain access to our court system.
I/we cannot afford to pay and/or we do not want to pay the outrageous fees charged by
Florida lawyers which obstructs my/our access to the people's court system. I/We also
understand and accept that Able Legal Forms Company is operating under the authority of
Civil Rights specifically granted to all of us by the First Amendment to the U.S.
Constitution, specifically the right of the people to access the courts, to peaceably
assemble and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances, the right to freedom
of speech, the 5th and 14th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution, and Article I Sections 2
and 4 of the Florida Constitution, as well as U.S. Supreme Court case law. I/We have made
the decision to exercise our constitutional rights, to act as my/our own attorney(s), to
represent myself/ourselves, and to make all legal decisions and choices concerning this
matter. If, at any time, I/we require more legal knowledge or expertise than I/we now
possess, I/we agree to research the subject at a local law library, purchase a self-help
law book on the subject or seek the advice of a competent attorney authorized to practice
law in Florida before proceeding.
I/We will assume full responsibility for the consequences of my/our decisions and
actions regarding this matter. I/We will hold harmless Able Legal Forms Company, its
owner(s)/officer(s), and its employees from any and all damages and/or losses which may
arise now or in the future concerning this transaction; and liability, if any, will be
limited to the amount paid for documents or $150.00, whichever is greater. I/We will not
construe or rely upon any communication, whether oral or written, from Able Legal Forms
Company, its employees or agents, as legal advice nor have Able Legal Forms Company, its
employees or agents, represented to me/us that they are as qualified as a Florida lawyer
nor will I/we construe same to be a substitute for the advice of a licensed attorney.
Able Legal Forms Company will refund to the customer amounts received for documents,
less a $20.00 service charge, if the documents have not been generated
and if a written refund request, accompanied by the Customer's
receipt, is received by Able legal Forms Company within 45 days from the date the Customer
Agreement was signed, and upon the return of the questionnaires and other materials
provided to the customer(s) by Able Legal Forms Company. Otherwise, NO REFUNDS will be
made or are due the customer(s).
With the above terms and conditions acknowledged, I/we hereby employ Able Legal Forms
Company on this date and agree to pay the amount of $279.00 (no minor children), which
does not include court costs/filing fees or other related costs, to computer generate
completed Florida uncontested dissolution of marriage forms and to enter upon the
documents my/our personal information which I/we have provided or will provide. Court
costs, if uncontested, are estimated to be $408.00 in Florida. Okaloosa County (the county
with no hearing for uncontested cases) is my/our venue of choice, unless another county is
listed here . I/we will personally proofread
the completed documents to ensure their accuracy, correctness and appropriateness before
filing or allowing them to be filed. I/We will personally handle the delivery of all court
documents and fees to the court and to other entities as is required to finalize my/our
case, if the FREE Courthouse Courier Service is not selected below.
Wife Husband (insert your initials in the blank to the left to
choose this service which is only available when cases are filed in Okaloosa
County, Florida) I/We request that Able Legal Forms Company provide FREE
Courthouse Courier Service and I/we authorize delivery of, at no extra charge, the
completed document(s) and fees to the Clerk of Court and, if applicable, mail documents
via regular U.S. mail to my spouse for signature (first mailing only). I/We will provide a
separate money order payable to the Clerk of Court to cover the court fees.
Name of Party Submitting the Customer Agreement and the Information Form:
E-mail Address for Party Submitting the Customer Agreement and the Information Form:
FLORIDA DIVORCE INFORMATION FORM WITHOUT MINOR CHILDREN
INSTRUCTIONS: Use your TAB KEY to move to the next
information field. If you hit the ENTER KEY by mistake, just use your back button on your
browser to return. Complete and submit this secure on-line form
to place your order. The information you provide will be inserted into your forms for an
uncontested dissolution of marriage without children and if the Wife is not pregnant. This
information will be used for no other purpose and will remain confidential. If the
question does not apply to you leave the dialog box blank/empty. Be accurate and truthful.
NOTE: The Petitioner must be a resident
of the State of Florida for six (6) months prior to the filing for
Dissolution of Marriage. If in the military service and stationed in Florida, Petitioner
must have resided in Florida for six (6) months prior to filing. If in the military
services and your home state is Florida and you are stationed elsewhere, Petitioner may
also use this process for uncontested dissolution of marriage without making a court
appearance. After you have completed this form, press the Send button at
the bottom of this form to send electronically to Able Legal Forms Company through our
1. Petitioner's full legal name:
and E-Mail Address:
2. Respondent's full legal name:
and E-Mail Address:
3. Petitioner's present residence address (including street,
city, state, zip code, and county):
4. Respondent's present residence address including street, city, state and zip code):
Note: If you are military on assignment outside the State of Florida,
use your residence address
where you are stationed--and if overseas, use your APO address.
5. Petitioner's home telephone no.: work no.:
6. Respondent's home no.:
7. Date of Marriage: Place of
marriage (city and state,
If living apart, date of separation:
8. Where did you last live together as husband and wife (city and state, country,
9. Were any children born of (or adopted by) the parties of this marriage OR
were children born during the marriage with the Husband not being the father? Yes No
If yes, are the children emancipated (at least 18 years of age or no longer dependents)?
Yes No If no, your case would be considered a dissolution
10. Is the Wife pregnant? Yes No If yes, your case would be considered a
dissolution with children.
11. The petitioner will need a residency witness (someone that knows that you have been
a Florida resident for 6 months prior to filing this action). The witness must sign an
affidavit that we will provide. Do you know who you will use as a residency witness? Yes No
If YES, what is the full name, complete address and phone number of your residency
NOTE: If you are not sure who you will get to sign the form you may request a blank
12. (a) Is the Respondent over the age of 18? Yes No
(b) Is the Respondent an active/current member of the United States Uniformed Military
Services? Yes No
13. Is the Petitioner an active/current member of the United States Uniformed Military
14. Is the Wife requesting her maiden or a former
married name be restored? Yes No
If yes, please state the full name (no initials) by which the Wife wishes
to be known:
15. Is the marriage irretrievably broken and cannot be reconciled? Yes No
If no, seek the advice of a marriage counselor before proceeding.
16. If either party's I.D. (Florida I.D. Card, driver's license; military I.D.) has a
different name than what is set out in either questions 1 or 2, please indicate the name
as shown on the I.D. (and provide an enlarged readable copy of the I.D.)
17. Have you and your spouse already signed a written Marital
A. If YES, provide the date it was entered into and provide the original
so that it can be filed with your petition and made a part of
your Final Judgment (divorce decree).
Date Agreement was signed:
B. If NO, please fill out Questions 18 through 22.
NOTE: The information you provide below will be inserted into a generic marital
settlement agreement form which contains a lot of "boiler plate" legal
language.. A marital settlement agreement is one of the most important documents you will
ever sign. In it, you and your spouse will set out how the assets and liabilities will be
divided and also resolve other issues to your mutual satisfaction. If you do not
understand the finished document and how it will impact your life, then you should have it
reviewed and explained to you by a lawyer competent in family law. It is solely the
responsibility of the parties to independently determine that this document is accurate,
complete and appropriate before it is executed and filed with the court. Clearly describe
the issues of your agreement in such a manner whereas a third party of reasonable
intelligence can understand your intentions. It is not necessary to write in
18. How are the MARITAL ASSETS to be divided. (The property you and your spouse
acquired during the marriage.)
A. Check here , if all marital
assets have already been equitably divided between the parties to their mutual
satisfaction and each party is in possession and control of the particular marital assets
they are to receive and TITLES for the property (such as jointly titled automobiles, real
estate, businesses, timeshares, boats, planes, motorcycles, motorhomes, etc.) have already
been changed into the party's name alone. No change is needed to a title if the word
"or" is between the names on the title instead of "and". If that is
the case, check "B" below and list the property and who is to receive it in
B. Check here , if some
marital assets have already been equitably divided between the parties to their mutual
satisfaction but there are other jointly titled assets or other property to be divided.
Specifically list the items of property that is not yet divided and who is to receive it
below in "C" (such as jointly titled automobiles, real estate, businesses,
timeshares, boats, planes, motorcycles, motorhomes etc.).
C. State who gets specific property; i.e., marital residence, automobiles, real
property, etc.--In the case of a motor vehicle or mobile home state Cert. of Title #, VIN
#, make, year, etc. (this information is on your tag receipt). In the case of the marital
home or other real property--state if one party is to have use and possession with both
parties to remain joint owners or if one party is to have sole ownership and whether the
other party is to sign a quit-claim deed, etc. Use a separate sheet if needed. Provide a
copy of the "legal description" of the real estate so it can be inserted in your
Marital Settlement Agreement. Be specific and descriptive:
is to own it
19. How are the MARITAL LIABILITIES to be divided. (Debts that you and your spouse have
acquired during the marriage.)
A. Check here , if all marital
liabilities have already been equitably divided between the parties to their mutual
satisfaction and each party is to pay debts that are in their name alone.
B. Check here , if some of the
marital liabilities have already been equitably divided between the parties to their
mutual satisfaction and each party is to pay debts that are in their name alone but there
are other liabilities still to be divided. Specifically list the liabilities still to be
divided in "C" (i.e., such as who pays a joint debt or a
debt in the other spouse's name).
C. List the marital liabilities that have not been divided between the parties state
who is to pay the debt; i.e., marital residence, automobiles, real property, credit cards,
etc.) Be specific and descriptive:
is to pay debt
20. Is alimony to be waived? Yes
If YES, please skip to question No. 21.
If NO, please answer the following:
a. Who is to receive the alimony: HUSBAND or
b. What is the amount (per month/week/etc.) $ per
c. How is it to be paid (i.e., weekly [giving day due such as Mondays], monthly [giving
due date such as 1st or 15th or one-half on 1st & one-half on 15th):
d. When do payments begin:
e. When does alimony end (i.e., for a set length of time;when the Wife/Husband remarries,
dies, cohabits with another man/woman, etc.). Please give details:
f. Is it to be paid directly to the wife/husband or paid through the Clerk of the Circuit
Court, Alimony and Child Support Division Directly Through
g. What type of alimony is to be paid:
i.e., (a) permanent periodic; (b) bridge-the-gap; (c) rehabilitative; (d) durational; (e)
Review Florida Statute for explanation of different types of alimony F.S.
h. Include any other details regarding alimony not otherwise included above:
If paid through the court, a handling charge of 4% (up to $5.25) will be charged per
IF ALIMONY IS TO BE PAID THROUGH THE COURT please answer the
following. If not skip to question No. 21:
(a) Provide the following information regarding the person paying support:
(1) Date of Birth:
(2) Social Security No.
(3) Name and Address of Employer:
(4) Other Sources of Income:
(b) Provide the following information regarding the person receiving support:
(1) Date of Birth:
(2) Social Security No.
21. Are the parties waiving their right to the other party's retirement? Yes No N/A
If NO, please give details including amount (or percentage), when payments begin, date
payments due (such as 1st; 15th), whether paid directly to spouse or by allotment, number
of years married, number of years in the military while married etc.
22. State any other agreement between the parties that should be included in the
Marital Settlement Agreement. Agreements which are not included in the Marital Settlement
Agreement may not be enforceable, so get it in writing.
I/We have provided the foregoing information which is complete and to be inserted into
my/our forms for an uncontested Florida Dissolution of Marriage.
By submitting the foregoing to Able Legal Forms Company, the party acknowledges
that he/she has read the Customer Agreement and accepts its terms and conditions and
further acknowledges that the Petitioner is a Florida resident and has been for at least