Frequently Asked Questions
Over 90 % of divorce cases proceed as “uncontested” matters. If you are only claiming for divorce (and not support, custody, division of property), you can use our service and proceed with a simple divorce. If at some point, your case gets contested, you will have to retain our Lawyer or another Family Lawyer to proceed.
The time frame to have the court grant your divorce depends on a number of factors including where your partner resides, which court you are filing in, and whether you file a sole or joint divorce. However, as a general time frame, it usually takes 2 to 4 months to complete the divorce process.
Our Law Firm offers a competitive rate for this service. Our Flat-Fee for this service is $750. This includes the initial consultation, drafting all the legal documents, three trips to the court, commissioning of all Affidavits, serving your spouse by mail, making all the filings, court correspondence in case questions arise, and your final divorce order. Please visit our pricing page for more information.
Yes! Our firm will assist in either locating your partner or we will need to ask the court to grant your divorce without having to notify your partner. This process is called a “motion” in court. We will explain this process in detail when we talk to you.
Yes! As long as you and your partner are in agreement about the terms of the divorce, and child support is either being paid or is being arranged, you may use our service to file for a simple divorce.
Although a separation agreement is not mandatory, it is always better if you and your spouse can agree on how to settle the issues between you. Using the court to decide these issues can be extremely expensive and time consuming. Signing a separation agreement can save you from the hassle of court proceedings. For more information about the separation agreement process, please visit our page here.
You will not have to attend court at any point during your proceedings. Our divorce fee covers the entire process. This means that we will make the necessary court trips for filing and correspondence with the court.
If you are filing a joint divorce, both you and your partner sign the documents. This application is quick and simple. If you are filing a sole divorce, your partner will be served with the divorce documents. In any case, if your partner is not willing to sign the papers, you can still proceed with divorce.