Only you and your spouse can decide how to proceed with your divorce. When making the decision, consider the complexity of your marriage; this will include whether or not the marriage has shared financial accounts, jointly own property, and children. Also consider how well you and your spouse can work together to agree on the terms the divorce.
If spouses find they are able to communicate about the terms of the divorce, they can proceed with a no-fault, summary, or uncontested divorce. If spouses find they need help communicating, they can proceed in a collaborative or mediated divorce.
The iDivorceForms Service
The iDivorceForms service can assist spouses in obtaining a divorce by any of the aforementioned types of divorce. Unfortunately, iDivoreForms.com service cannot assist with contested divorce cases. Contested divorce cases require processes our online service cannot assist with, such as legal counsel and representation, and court hearings.
iDivorceForms.com is fully capable and willing to assist spouses going through a collborative, mediated, no-fault, summary, or an uncontested divorce. For each type of divorce, our service has simplified the process into three simple steps. Allow us to handle the hard part for you so you can focus on your new start.
Simply register online, pay the small fee, gather your papers and ready to get a divorce.
Answer each of the questions we will ask you and the forms will be completed for you.
Print our state approved completed forms, and file the divorce forms in the court.
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