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Once the entire interview is finished, your forms will be completed and ready for you to review in the next 3 to 5 business days.

If iDivorceForms.com is experiencing a heavy caseload, then your case manager will contact you with an accurate time of completion.

You can call our customer support line at 1-800-858-9891. We also offer live chat support online, which you can access by clicking on the Live Chat button at the top right of the page next to our phone number.

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If there is an issue with the checkout process, we can accept payment over the phone. Our telephone number is 1-800-858-9891.

Since each divorce case is different, and each U.S. state has varying divorce laws, we cannot determine how long it will take for a divorce to be finalized in general.

However, after the divorce forms are filed, most U.S. states have a waiting period of about 60 to 90 days until the final decree may be issued.

It depends of the type of divorce you are pursuing and if the divorce forms have been filled out correctly.

For example, it is necessary to appear in court if the spouses are pursuing a contested divorce, which requires a court trial.

However, spouses pursuing an uncontested divorce usually do not need to appear in court, unless there is an issue with the marital settlement agreement.

Child custody outlines which parent the child will live with after the divorce, and which parent retains the right to make decisions for the child until they reach a adulthood.

There are four types of child custody plans: sole custody, joint custody, physical custody, and legal custody.

For more information about child custody, please visit our General Divorce Laws page under the Online Divorce section.

There is a filing fee to pay when you file the divorce forms with the local county clerk. The filing fee amount is different in each U.S. state. If you cannot pay the filing fee, most courts have a fee waiver you may apply for.

As part of the iDivorceForms service, the case managers send their clients information about where to file the divorce forms, the price of the filing fee, and, if requested, the fee waiver application.

Child support is money the noncustodial parent (the spouse who the child does not live with) pays to the custodial parent (the spouse who the child lives with) to financially support the child.

Child support can be court ordered, or can be decided upon by the divorce parents. Child support in most states can only be used to provide for the child.

However, every divorce case is different and these decisions must be made by the spouses themselves.

Child support is determined by the state, unless the spouses have collaborated on the terms of their divorce. Each U.S. state has formulated their own methods of calculating child support, which factor in the cost of living within that state.

If you are seeking to be paid child support, please contact our support team to make a note.

When spouses agree to settle the terms of their divorce outside of court, they complete a marital settlement agreement.

The marital settlement agreement outlines the terms of the divorce, including things like property division, alimony, child support, and child custody.

Alimony is money one spouse pays to another after separation or divorce. Alimony can be paid at one time in a lump sum, over a set period of time, or temporarily. Alimony is also referred to as spousal support, and maintenance.

Each divorce case is unique, so we cannot offer advice on how to proceed with a specific divorce case. However, there are a ways to get a divorce without a lawyer.

In contested divorce cases, wherein the spouses cannot agree on the terms of the divorce, it is highly recommended to hire a lawyer.

However, the spouses do not need to hire a lawyer if they are seeking an uncontested divorce, mediated divorce, no-fault divorce, collaborative divorce, or a summary divorce.

For more information about the types of divorce, visit our Divorce Types page.

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