You can file in either state. This allows for forum shopping, so file in whichever state has the most favorable divorce laws.
File a contested divorce. You should consult with an attorney who specializes in divorce in your area. You should ask around, friends and relatives, to get some referrals. It is always good to find someone who had a great experience with their lawyer. If your spouse will contest the divorce it is even more important to have a good divorce lawyer because your divorce settlement will depend in large part on their knowledge of the law, experience and ability to negotiate.
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You should have received a divorce document. Once you have that you are free to marry at any time. Marcy In the state of Tennessee, you must wait 30 days after the divorce decree is legalize to get married. If you get married before the 30 days are up it can be consider voidable. I am talking through experience.
Yes, although you should hire Florida counsel to represent you there. Actually, the answer provided herein depends on whether the proposed Defendant resides in Florida. If the defendant does not reside in Florida, then you will need to show some kind of contact between him/her and Florida to state a claim against him/her there.
You should pay for someone to serve him with divorce papers when you file , but if he does not sign, you will end up in court to get the divorce. There may be some requirements regarding the time between filing for divorce and the final decree. The argument will not be particularly about the restraining order, etc. but perhaps about child custody and visitation (if you have children) and that part may not be pleasant. If he is truly dangerous, you may want to consult with someone to get advice on how you should manage this.
I fixed the spelling of "file" in the question, but could not make the question clear enough to give a specific answer. I don't know if "out of the state of Florida" means you are in Florida and want a Florida divorce, you are not in Florida but want a Florida divorce, or you are in Florida but want a divorce in some other state. So I will try to show you some ways to find the answer. If you are in Florida and want a divorce in another state, you need to ask about the divorce laws of that other state. If you are not in Florida and want a divorce in Florida, you can only file in Florida if one of the parties has lived in Florida for at least 6 months. If you are in Florida and want a Florida divorce, there are three methods. Which one you choose depends on your situation. If you have no childern and have agreed on all the details (division of property, payment of obligations), you can use the "simplified divorce" procedure. The other two methods are "regular divorce" either with or without children. Specific procedures may be different from county to county. You can download the form packets for any of the three types of divorce, or you can get the packet from you local Clerk of Court office - but you should have a lawyer for a "regular divorce" because it is quite complicated. You can find the contact info for your local Clerk of Court at the first related link, below. Just select your county and use the contact info for Circuit Court for that county. There will also be link to the court's website (the court's name in blue) which may have detailed local information. You can find links to information about Florida divorce at the second related link; just scroll down the page looking for link descriptions that mention "divorce" or "family" or "domestic" (but not "domestic violence") and click the link. Links near the top of the page are statwide information, and the "Florida Family Law Handbook" is a good place to start. The next group of links applies to specific judicial circuits, and the rest of the page has local links by county. You can find links to form packets at the third related link; just scroll down the page and look for links to forms related to "divorce" or "family law" or "domestic". Links to forms you can use in any county are in the "Statewide" category at the top of the page - or you can scroll down for forms that are specific to your judicial circuit or county.
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