Divorce can be messy, stressful and take a long, long time to conclude.
But if you and your spouse are on reasonably good terms, or can at least come to an agreement over assets, you may qualify for a simple uncontested online divorce.
An uncontested divorce is where you and your spouse have reached an agreement over the major issues involved in a divorce so that a court does not have to make a judgment.
It’s by far the easiest way to end a marriage for all parties, including the children.
Do You Qualify For An Online Divorce?
You may qualify for an online divorce if there are no disagreements between you and your spouse over any:
- Financial issues
- Child custody issues
- Division of assets
- Property disputes
- Spousal support or alimony.
If you and your spouse can agree to the divorce and sort these issues out amicably, without an attorney, then you may qualify for an uncontested divorce.
However, you must be aware that divorce laws vary state by state and are subject to change.
Save Time, Money and Stress
It is not always possible for spouses to reach an agreement, sometimes called a settlement agreement, but if you can, this is by far the cheapest way to get a divorce.
If you meet the criteria, an online divorce will save you on attorney fees, it will take less time and there is less for you to do.
If this sounds like the perfect solution for you, then click below to find out what you need to do next.