1: What is a no- fault or uncontested divorce?
A: When both sides have agreed to all the issues of the marriage in reference to money and children and will both agree to have the divorce completed.
2: Do I need to have a separation or custody agreement?
A: I It is usually not a legal requirement, but considering that judges have no way of knowing if all the issues have been worked out or not. This is an excellent way to protect yourself by formalizing anything that you would want detailed, particularly anything that will go on beyond the divorce. Many people have separation or custody agreements done to detail all the issues out and they may or may not go ahead with a divorce at that time.
3: Can I get a divorce without the cooperation of my spouse?
A: Yes it is possible to obtain a divorce without the other side cooperating. Keep in mind if there are unresolved issues, they need to be resolved and it would probably require the assistance of a attorney .
4: Can I get a divorce with only having the last known address of my spouse?
5: Can I get a divorce if I am currently pregnant?
A: No. You can only separate and must resolve all child issues after the birth.
6: What is a Legal Separation and why does someone use them?
A: Legal separation only exists in specific jurisdictions in North America, it is a formalized way of separating when you do not meet the criteria for time of separation or do not want a divorce immediately. Usually a legal separation becomes effective soon after being filed or being granted by the judge. Legal Separations can be done for both cooperative and non cooperative separations and even when there are unresolved issues that would hold up a divorce from being granted.
7: Can I get a divorce when I have not been separated sufficient time to comply with my jurisdictions rules?
A: Yes. You must have a cooperative divorce where both parties have no issues to fight about.
8: Are both parties responsible for debts incurred during a marriage?
A: All debts of the marriage are the responsibility of both parties unless agreed to otherwise by a separation agreement. .
9: Do I qualify for an annulment?
A: Yes many people can qualify. If depends on the rules of where you live as to the best way to obtain an annulification but there is multiple ways it is possible.
10: What is a dissolution or simple divorce?
A: The definition varies from area to area but it is normally when both sides have agreed to all the issues of the marriage in reference to money and usually you have only been married less than 5 years and there is no children or property from the marriage. This is usually the quickest and easiest way to end the marriage.
11: Can I get a divorce if the child support amount has not been worked out but custody has ?
12: Can I get a divorce if there are no unresolved issues of the marriage, but I do not know if my spouse will sign the documents or not.
13: If I use your service to do a Pro Se divorce (self represented) will it be legal and binding in my local courts?
A: Yes. No law exists that would prevent you from being self represented. If you are sure you do not need legal advice this is a good way to save money. It is important you receive help to keep you on track with all your local court rules and procedures.
14: This all seems too good to be true, how is it possible to do this so easily and cheaply and it is still legal?
A: You have determined your case is simple and you do not need any representation or advice, just court procedural support to keep you on track so you do not do things improperly. We provide you with what you need and guarantee it., all that from your home or office in minutes. It will be granted by your local court and signed by the judge. You save time and money.
15: Can I get a divorce if I have lost my marriage certificate?
A: Yes you can start your procedure, but you will require one prior to it being completed. We can help you replace what was lost or destroyed.