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In a collaborative divorce in Florida, will I still go to court?

Eventually after your collaborative divorce has created a settlement agreement you will actually have to go to court in order to finalize that agreement and make it into an order of the court. It’s not a scary process, it’s not like what you see on TV. It’s a very simple hearing where the judge will swear you in, the lawyer will ask you a few questions about your marriage being irretrievably broken, and then the judge will sign off on your final decree. It’s not going to be any kind of contentious scary legal action, it’s actually very simple. Yes, you will have to go to court.

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The law firm of All Family Law Group (Lynette Silon-Laguna, P.A.) provides legal services to the cities of Tampa, Clearwater, Brandon, Riverview, Lakeland, Valrico, Gibsonton, Lithia, Mango, Palm River, Plant City, Seffner, Sun City Center, Apollo Beach, Ruskin, Temple Terrace, Carrollwood, Thonotosassa, Lutz, FishHawk, MacDill Air Force Base, and all of Hillsborough, Pinellas & Polk Counties.

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