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What our divorce process includes

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Completion of state-specific divorce documents

We provide state-specific divorce documents for both spouses.These documents may include a summons, petition or complaint, marital settlement agreement, parenting plan, decreeand other state-required documents.

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We review your work for consistency and completeness. And we provide hassle-free revisions for 30 days.

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We’ll send you detailed, easy-to-follow filing instructions for finalizing your divorce.

How it works

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1. Complete our online questionnaires

Answer our questionnaire to help determine your specific divorce needs.

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2. We’ll help create your documents

We provide easy-to-follow instructions for how to file all necessary documents with the court.

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3. Review, sign and file your documents

Follow the filing instructions and, if necessary, attend a court hearing.

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State-specific divorce documents for both spouses

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Easy-to-follow instructions for finalizing your divorce

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Common questions

What is an uncontested divorce?
An uncontested divorce is one in which both parties agree to the divorce and the terms of the settlement without going to trial. This does not mean there are no arguments or disputes between the spouses. It simply means the spouses reach an agreement without going to court and having a judge resolve contested issues.

Uncontested divorces move much faster through the court system and are therefore less expensive. In addition, bypassing the potentially lengthy litigation and trial process tends to reduce hostility and allows the former spouses to move on with their lives more quickly.
Will I have to go to court at any time during my divorce?
If the divorce is uncontested, the spouses may not need to go to court. In those cases, all legal documents are filed with the court, and the final judgment is sent to you. However, the court may request a short hearing and ask a few questions about the facts described in the papers.

Disputes regarding the division of property, child custody, spousal support or any other terms of the divorce do not automatically require court intervention. In many cases, they can be resolved through arbitration, mediation or third-party negotiation (such as an attorney).
How much will it cost to file for divorce?
The filing fee for a divorce petition or complaint is approximately $100-$450 in most counties. It may cost an additional $100-$450 to file a response to the petition. These fees are collected by the government and are in addition to any legal fees and other court costs. These fees are in addition to the amount charged by us.
How long does it take for a divorce to be final?
On average, there is a zero to six-month waiting period, depending on your state, after the initial divorce petition is filed and served on the other spouse before a divorce can become final. A judge may make a final ruling, or judgment, on the divorce prior to that date. This order will be effective immediately. However, the marriage is not finally dissolved, and the spouses may not re-marry, until the waiting period ends.

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