Ask any Florida divorce attorney, and you’ll find that often clients seeking a divorce from a spouse are under the impression that they need to be quick - and that they have to be the first to file. In most cases, it doesn’t really matter which spouse files first. The only time that it really matters is if you and your spouse live in different counties or states and the jurisdiction or venue of filing is an issue. The most important thing to do is to attempt to work out the case before even filing for a divorce. You and your spouse may not see eye to eye on several things, but make it a common priority to cooperate and get things done in a peaceful manner. Should you need to litigate (ie: go to divorce court), you will at least know that you’ve both first tried to reach a settlement via collaborative means.
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