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3 Easy Steps to a Finalized Divorce

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Create your account and verify your eligibility
The first step is to determine your eligibility. With our easy-to-use eligibility tool, you can:
  • Quickly check if you qualify
  • Create your account and get started
  • Get guidance from our user-friendly platform
  • Finalize your divorce and move on as soon as possible
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Answer all state-required questions, at your own pace
Navigating the legal requirements of divorce can be daunting, but we're here to help with:
  • One unified and simple questionnaire to cover it all
  • Easy to understand, state-specific questions
  • Convenient ‘save and come back’ accessibility
  • Stress-free, straightforward tools and guidance
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Easily file your documents with your local court
Once you've completed our questionnaire and received your customized divorce documents, you can:
  • Finalize and print your documents in just a few clicks
  • Keep paperwork together in in one automated space
  • Quickly sign your documents and file them with your local court
  • Avoid the hassle and stress of complicated paperwork and instructions

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does our Online Divorce solution work?

    Our process starts with verifying your eligibility with a few short questions. You can take all the time you need to answer them. Once completed, you can generate and print your customized divorce documents. Then, we’ll provide you with clear step-by-step instructions for filing your documents with your local court. We’ve designed the process to be simple, so all you have to do is sign and file your documents and a judge will sign them to finalize your divorce.

  • How long does an online divorce process take?

    The duration for finalizing your divorce varies by state, typically taking between 30 to 90 days from the time you file. While most divorces are resolved within 45 days, certain states mandate a waiting period before finalization. For instance, California enforces a mandatory 6-month waiting period, whereas Pennsylvania requires a 90-day waiting period. Our platform can help you navigate these legal requirements and streamline the process, ensuring a smoother and quicker divorce experience.

  • What are the advantages of an Online Divorce versus filing myself?

    Navigating the complex legal forms and requirements involved in a divorce can be a long and daunting task. This is why we’ve developed an automated divorce questionnaire that simplifies the entire process. Our questionnaire eliminates confusion and ensures you never get lost in legal jargon or complex forms. We guide you through the process with clear instructions and empower you to complete everything at your own pace. Our online tools help you answer all the necessary questions quickly and confidently, without the stress that usually comes with legal forms.

  • What if my spouse is not in the same state as me?

    Once you have completed your divorce documents, you can send them to your spouse for their signature, regardless of where they are located in the world. After receiving their signature, you can then file the signed documents with the courthouse clerk.

  • Is there a specific time frame to finish the questionnaire or a time limitation?

    Our platform allows you to work at your own pace, but it is designed to facilitate quick completion of your divorce documents. If your account remains inactive for an extended period, it may be removed from our system. In the event of an expected prolonged period of inactivity, please contact our customer support team for assistance. Our customer support representatives are available at, Monday through Friday, from 8am to 5pm PT.

  • Is there a requirement for document notarization?

    Notarization of 2-3 documents is typically required, as indicated by the notary clauses by the signature lines. You and your spouse do not need to notarize the documents at the same time or place.

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