How does the divorce process work?

divorce with dignityIf you are in agreement, you can get an amicable divorce that is fairly safe, easy and affordable. Even if you are not in agreement, you can start the divorce paperwork and let a Divorce with Dignity provider help you understand alternative ways to come up with an agreement so that you can both move on in your lives.

Many couples can go through what’s called an uncontested divorce where they start the legal paperwork, come up with an agreement on the outstanding issues, then process their final documents including their agreement with the court. This is the most inexpensive way to get through the divorce process, and offers you and your spouse the chance to end your marriage amicably and with dignity. It’s not right for everybody, but it’s right for many more couples than most people think.

The providers at Divorce with Dignity take care of all your legal documents, and if you are not in agreement, help you resolve your issues either together or by using an alternative dispute resolution referral which saves you thousands of dollars in the process, as well as provides you peace of mind. In many cases you do not even have to go to court if you are in agreement and Divorce with Dignity will provide you with all the divorce assistance you need so that your process is smooth and timely.

Even if you’re not in agreement, start with Divorce with Dignity and we will help educate you on the process, figure out if you’re in agreement and plan what to do—this will save you thousands of dollars and help you get through an amicable divorce, if possible. If an amicable divorce is not possible, we will help you keep control of your process so you receive an outcome that you want—not one directed by an attorney who may not have your best interest in mind. Our divorce assistance is based on your needs not how much money we can make from your case.

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