We’ve come to an agreement and need the documents to finish the divorce.
Congratulations! Settling a divorce can be difficult. It almost always takes some compromise from both sides. The next step can be tricky – drafting a comprehensive settlement agreement that addresses all the issues and nuances the court requires to be covered. On top of that, it must be drafted in the format of a Court Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law, Order for Judgment and Judgment and Decree.
If you’ve tried to use the Court Forms website, you probably know there are many sections that don’t apply to your case. And of the documents that doe apply to your case, they aren’t tailored to the nuances of your case. You can stop worrying about the documentation, because diyvorce can help. It will ask you questions, learn about your case, then ask more questions related just to your case. The system then produces clean documents tailored to your case, in the format the courts expect.
If you need help along the way, click the word or phrase you don’t understand to see an explanation in clear, simple language. Need more help? Reach out to a diyvorce paralegal. Whatever help you need, diyvorce will provide it. The first step is to get started by inputting the terms of your agreement.
- After you purchase this package, you will receive confirmation via email. You will then be sent a simple online interview tailored to the documents. If this is your first diyvorce package, this will start with an informational interview to gather important facts needed in the process. The diyvorce system will explain why this information is necessary and important. It will also highlight the complexity of some of the issues in your case and offer the added benefits of additional professional assistance if you need it.