FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.
U.S. State Divorce Questions:
in a different
in the state
is. And if
Keep in mind
that if you
do know where
it is always
good to have
with the divorce
both moved to
a different State
since we married?
in the state
in, regardless of where you were originally married. The
is 6 months
to 1 year.
so call your
Should I get a divorce?
We wholeheartedly believe that divorce should never be taken lightly. That is why we will never tell you that it’s time for you to get a divorce. We will never try to “sell” divorce to you or encourage you to give up on your marriage. Our only purpose is to make the process as painless and easy as possible for those who have already decided that divorce is the right choice for them.
How do we divide up property and children custody in the divorce?
We handle only uncontested divorces. This means that you and your spouse will have to agree on how assets and custody will be divided. (or at least not be willing to fight with lawyers about it) Once you have agreed on how to divide things up, we prepare the documents required to do so.
Are there any hidden costs?
Our service is a standard flat rate. We will not charge you any hidden or unexpected fees. However, your county courthouse will require a filing fee when you file the paperwork. This fee varies from one county to another, so we strongly recommend calling your local county courthouse to find out how much the filing fee is. They usually range from $100 -$200 dollars on average.
What do I do after I get the forms?
We provide complete filing instructions along with our completed forms. Once your paperwork is completed, finishing the divorce is simply a matter of filing the forms at your courthouse and attending a final hearing as a formality. Our instructions also contain a sample courtroom statement that you can read during the final hearing. We are here to answer any questions our customers have and will never leave you confused about what to do next.
Will the court really accept these forms?
Once you order our service and fill out the simple questionnaire, our paralegals use that information to complete divorce forms that are specific to your situation and your location. We don’t offer the generic, one-size-fits-all forms that some of our competitors do. Our forms are guaranteed to be exactly what your local courthouse requires. If the court rejects our forms and we can’t fix them, see our Guarantee for a quick and easy remedy.
Can’t I fill out the forms myself?
The forms required by most courts can be very difficult to understand and have very strict requirements. Our paralegals are trained and qualified to fill out the forms your local courthouse requires. By choosing to use our service, you ensure that your divorce paperwork is filled out correctly and will not be rejected by the court.
Do you offer legal advice?
We do not offer legal advice or represent you in court. You however, have a constitutional right to legally represent yourself. Our job is to make that process simple and easy to understand. We can’t answer questions about “what should I do?” but we can answer “how do I do it?”.
If you do require legal advice, we have a partner service that can help you. You can simply pay a small monthly fee and get all the legal advice you need. You can cancel anytime, of course.
Is "Service" to the Defendant
(your husband) covered in the price?
Service is cheap or even free at times. Almost not worth mentioning,
but since you don't pay this fee directly to us, it is not included
in our service. We do help you out in the following way; we give
you instructions on how it can be done for FREE in an Agreed Divorce.
Also, a County Sheriff could do the service for a small fee, usually
around 30-40 dollars. Call your local Sheriff's Office for "Servicing"
I have my forms?
will be emailed
to you as
soon as they
I’m worried about internet scams.
Many people are wary of ordering any kind of service on the internet, and we understand that. We would like to assure you that we are a legitimate business with years of experience behind us. We have served many happy customers and some have even written back to thank us for making their divorce simple and fast. See our testimonies page with letters from satisfied customers. If for some reason the court rejects your forms and we can’t fix them, see our Guarantee for a quick and easy remedy. Also, we use full, up to date security on our site and make sure that using our service provides no risk to our customers.
Types of Divorces we do:
have to show the court that you
at least tried to the best of
your ability. The court will
want you to run a newspaper ad
in the county where the Courthouse
is to inform your husband of
the legal proceeding going on.
The court also requires you to
sign a statement saying that
you diligently looked for your
as he signs
in the Military?
paperwork is needed but we can
still help you as long as your husband is in agreement
to the divorce and one of you
can file the divorce papers.
is on US soil will
the one to file
if you happen to
personnel and the
the divorce, you
the state that
in. It is usually
at the moment.
Learn more about our military divorce package here.
refusing to sign the divorce
Your husband can refuse all he wants. As long as you can show the court that he received the divorce papers, the case will continue and he will eventually default on his end.
One of us is not a US citizen?
we can still
where a spouse
is not from
the US and/or
in the US,
by the person
in the US.
have to sign
us and we
this to you.
General Divorce Questions:
How long is the divorce process ?
An uncontested divorce takes about 90 days without children and
180 days with children. Call the county court in your state to find
out for sure.
How much are the Court Costs?
Regardless of which divorce method you pursue, you will have to
pay the court cost for filing and administrative fees. Your County
Courthouse's phone number should be available in the County Government
section of the phone book. Call and find out. The court cost is
different between states and ranges from $75 to $225 depending on
the nature of your case.