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a divorce proceeding

Instructions For Completing Forms
  • Press the tab key to advance from field to field, including check boxes. Case number and division fields are to be left blank, this information will be completed by the Clerk & Comptroller’s Office.

  • Press Shift+Tab (hold shift key down and then press the tab key) to return to the previous field OR use the mouse and left-click in the field.

  • Left-click or press the spacebar to select fields or boxes that require a checkmark.

  • Date fields require the date to be entered in mm/dd/yyyy format.
Simplified Dissolution of Marriage Forms

DISCLAIMER: These documents are not an attempt by the Clerk & Comptroller to practice law or give legal advice, it is intended to provide notice of procedures followed by the Clerk & Comptroller’s Office at the direction of the Courts. All forms are derived from either the Supreme Court promulgated forms or Sixth Judicial Circuit Court approved forms. Forms are subject to change without further notice by the Courts.

Court Forms and Instructions

Fees and Service Costs
  • Regular Dissolution of Marriage filing fee – $408 

  • Summons – Clerk & Comptroller to issue $10.00 or
    Clerk & Comptroller to prepare & issue $17.00

  • Simplified Dissolution of Marriage filing fee – $408
Payment for Fees and Costs
  • Payment for Clerk & Comptroller’s filing fees or other services may be submitted in cash, personal in-state check with proper identification, in-state business check, money order, bank check, Visa or Master Card. All payments for fees and costs must be remitted in US currency. 


    Checks for filing fees must be made payable to:

    Paula S. O’Neil, Clerk & Comptroller 

  • The filing fees and service costs are not refundable if the persons reconcile and do not wish to finalize the divorce case.
Family Law Forms

For family law forms, please visit the Self-Help Center located on the Florida State Courts web site. 

Florida State Courts

Representing Yourself in Family Court

For general information and locally approved forms for the Sixth Judicial Circuit, please visit their website.