Online Divorce

Online divorce providers allow filing for uncontested divorces in an accurate, inexpensive and efficient manner. See the page about Divorce Kits for the list of on-line divorce services.

Contested divorce

A hostile and contested divorce is damaging to families, children and bank accounts. If a divorcing couple can reach an agreement, they save their children the emotional trauma of a hostile, contested divorce.

Financially, you always end up with less in a divorce than you started with.

A contested divorce is one in which the parties use the assets that they are dividing, meaning they drastically reduce those assets by giving them to attorneys and expert witnesses, because they cannot agree on the terms of the division.

Uncontested divorce

An uncontested divorce is a divorce that is settled out of court, or without a contest, meaning a court battle. Given the nature of all divorce proceedings, specifically the division of the assets that the two parties already own and the decisions regarding the future care of their children, an uncontested divorce is virtually always the wiser course of action.

Online divorce providers enable those considering divorce to prepare their own forms on-line without expensive attorney's fees and without confusing and untidy divorce kits or books.

The sites walk you through the on-line forms system and produce quality, state-specific divorce documents complete with directions on how to file your divorce in accordance with individual state laws. They offer a discreet and inexpensive way to obtain a divorce.

Online divorce providers

Online divorce services provide the information and the forms that you need to settle your case.

As you look at each question, the law is explained in simple terms so that you can avoid arguments that are simply based on misunderstanding the law. Once you finish answering the questions online, the system will complete all of the forms for you, with your information, so that you can print your professional appearing, completely personalized documents right from your own printer and then file them with the court.

Divorce forms

Divorce forms are the legal documents courts require in order to begin and finalize a divorce.

Blank divorce forms are not difficult to obtain. The forms that finalize a divorce also define the specific terms of the divorce including the divisions of assets and debts, as well as the custody and support of the children.

The difficulty comes in filling them out properly.

When you leave the online service, you will have completed divorce forms - forms that look like a lawyer's office prepared them - and you will also understand the information in the forms and the reasons that the information you provided is in the forms.

Or, you can spend anywhere from ten to fifty thousand dollars each, battle with each other for a year or two, and then sit down and settle your case anyway.

The online divorce in 4 steps

  • Choose an online divorce provider. On the internet you can find several divorce kits providers. Choose the provider in your country or jurisdiction.
  • Choose your state and sign-up. In case of the United States, review your state information by choosing a state where either spouse resides. Generally, each state has different residency requirements, meaning that one spouse needs to live in the state in which you intend to file. If you live in different states, you might look to both states to see which requirements are easier to meet and perhaps which state has the smaller waiting period, if any. Create your login and begin your divorce by signing-up.
  • Answer questions related to your case. Once you have logged in, simply answer the questions provided, review the explanations and check legal citations if you wish. After signing-up, your login will give you private access to your own account. You will never lose your place or have to repeat any answers. You can complete the process over a period of time.
  • Print your forms and file. When you have finished this process you will have access to the completed documents online. Print the forms from your own printer and sign them. File the documents with the court, according to the simple filing instructions provided. In many cases you can file the documents by mail or by fax without ever appearing in court, but this will vary by state. Make changes and reprint as necessary.
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