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Frequent questions

How can I tell if my divorce is uncontested?
An uncontested divorce means that neither party disputes anything pertaining to the divorce. A divorce can be uncontested even if one party refuses to sign the divorce documents, as long as neither party demands a trial to dispute any of the issues.

How does this work?
You begin by filling out our questionnaire and submitting it to us with the appropriate fee. We use the information you provide to prepare a complete set of documents that you need to file for divorce. Once you receive your document from us, all you need to do is sign them, have your signatures notarized and deliver them to the clerk of the court. After that, the court processes the divorce and issues a final decree.

Do I have to go to court and appear before a judge?
"Go to court" can mean different things. "Going to the courthouse" and "going to trial" are not the same. You do have to go to the courthouse to file the documents we send you. But you don’t have to go to trial because there is no trial. A judge might have you come to the courthouse to answer questions he or she has about your case. Such meetings are not adversary. Usually the case is handled on the basis of the paperwork alone and the person filing for divorce never appears before a judge.

How long before my divorce becomes final?
Our aim is to prepare your documents and send them to you within approximately 48 hours of receiving your questionnaire. Your documents arrive ready to be signed and filed with the court. If your state does not have a mandatory waiting period, your divorce is usually final within 45 to 90 days of filing. But please be aware that the time can be affected by the number of cases being processed.

These states have mandatory the waiting periods listed below:

ARIZONA: 64 DAYS
CALIF0RNIA: 6 MONTHS
IOWA: 90 DAYS
KENTUCKY: 60 DAYS IF THERE ARE CHILDREN - NONE IF NOT
LOUISIANA: 180 DAYS UNLESS LIVING APART FOR 6 MONTHS
OREGON: 90 DAYS
SOUTH DAKOTA: 60 DAYS
TEXAS: 60 DAYS
UTAH: 90 DAYS
VERMONT: 6 MONTHS
WASHINGTON: 90 DAYS
WISCONSIN: 120 DAYS

IF YOUR STATE DOES NOT APPEAR IN THIS LIST, THE WAITING PERIOD IS NO MORE THAN 30 DAYS.

Do I have to pay fees beside yours?
You pay us nothing besides our flat fee, unless you decide to revise your documents after we have complete your case. You have to pay a fee to the court when you file your documents—the clerk of the court will tell you the exact amount. Divorces are filed in the State Court, not the county court. They’re called Circuit Court, District Court, Superior Court, or Family Court. The clerk’s phone number is listed in the State Government section of your phone book.

Can I get a divorce using your service if I don't know my spouse’s whereabouts?
Yes you can. It’s simply a matter of filing the correct paperwork, which includes an affidavit stating that you don’t know where your spouse is. We include the affidavit with the documents we send you. After you file, the court, or you, publishes a notice in the newspaper instead of serving a summons, as would be done in cases when the spouse’s whereabouts is known.

What if my spouse doesn't consent to the divorce?
Your spouse doesn’t have to consent or sign documents in order for you to be granted an uncontested divorce. When you tell us your spouse will not sign, we prepare the documents in the proper format for the court to serve a summons on your spouse. Even if your spouse ignores the summons the court will issue the decree without the spouse's signature under a procedure called "default judgment."

 
 
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 It's 1-2-3 Easy:
Register online.
To start, just choose the state in which you'll file your paperwork. If you're in the military, you can use your home state of record if you prefer.
Fill in our questionnaire.
It's okay if you don't know all the information about your spouse. Just enter the information you know, or can get.
Review your documents and file with the court.
Your paperwork will be sent to you ready to sign and file.
 
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You can save up to $3,000 or even more compared to what a lawyer charges to do a an uncontested divorce. We prepare your documents right the first time.

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We eliminate your risk by including 100% money-back guarantee for our work. We start working on your divorce paperwork the same day you submit our questionnaire, and we're available to answer whatever you may have. Our goal is to put you at ease.

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In most cases, you can be ready to file you paperwork in 48 hours—sometime even less. We keep the process simple, and we're here to help until your divorce is final.

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