Winter Garden, FL asked in Divorce for Florida

Q: My wife wants me to Sign divorce papers that says I've cheated on her by texting other girls But i don't want to

I'm a US Resident and I'm married for 3 years and i have a son but me and my wife didn't live together until the 5th of December 2019 when I moved from Egypt to the USA, And we agreed on getting a divorce and then i will be moving out of Florida and go to live in another state but I will be coming to Florida every 4 or 6 month to see my son But she added in the divorce paperwork that I've cheated on her by texting other girls when i was in Egypt but i don't like the sound of it and i guess maybe she will cause me problems later, So I'm not sure if i should sign these paperwork anyway And it won't be a problem for me and then move to another state or i can just leave to another state and see about the Divorce process when I'm living in another state ?

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Opal Phiona Lee
Opal Phiona Lee
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  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: It is best that you contact a divorce attorney who can review the divorce documents and advise you accordingly - most of us here on JUSTIA do offer a free initial consultation.

Jeffrey Snyder
Jeffrey Snyder
Answered
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: Has she actually filed a petition for divorce yet? You really need to hire a family law attorney asap to assist you through the process. Florida is a no-fault divorce state so as far as getting a divorce judgment, it is not relevant.

Michael Ferrin
Michael Ferrin
Answered
  • Orlando, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: You need to contact a divorce attorney immediately to review your situation and provide you advice. Normally, if this is a Florida case, Florida is a no-fault state meaning that the reason for the divorce is usually irrelevant. Including language about cheating would normally not be appropriate. I recommend you contact our office to discuss your case. Our office offers free consultations.

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