Do you have to be separated for a year to get a divorce in FL?
There is no specific requirement in the Florida Family Law Rules requiring that the spouses must be separated for weeks or months or years before petitioning for divorce. Partially, this is because Florida is a no fault divorce state. You may petition for divorce or annulment at any time after you are married.
How long does it take for a dissolution of marriage in Florida?
A divorce can take anywhere between 3 and 24 months depending on whether it is contested or uncontested. The average uncontested divorce takes 3 months. The average contested divorce takes 12 months.
How does insurance calculate pain and suffering?
In calculating pain and suffering, insurance companies look at the severity and permanency of your bodily injuries. Insurance companies typically multiply the amount of medical bills by a number between one and five to calculate “pain and suffering.” The more severe and permanent the injury, the higher the multiplier.
What qualifies as emotional distress?
Emotional distress: a common result of misuse of private information. 13.20 Where a breach of confidence in relation to personal confidential or private information has already occurred and an injunction is futile, the consequence that a plaintiff is most likely to suffer is emotional distress.