How to start a divorce?

  1. how to start a divorceDecide to do an amicable or uncontested divorce

    • Deciding to divorce may sound like a simple step, but many people considering divorce find themselves “stuck”. Divorce can be scary and overwhelming. Sometimes people know they are unhappy in their marriage, but have trouble deciding what to do about it. Read our article on how to get unstuck for more ideas.
    • If divorce is still your best option, an amicable divorce helps you avoid the stress and cost of a traditional, litigated divorce.

  3. Meet with a DWD Provider

    • We will answer any questions you might have, and help you through the divorce process. Our goal is to provide a safe place for you to go through this, find peace of mind and receive an amicable divorce. Divorce With Dignity believes in giving you the personal attention you deserve to lessen stress and obtain a better outcome. We help you get it done faster and more cost-effectively so you can focus on moving forward with life on a positive note.

  5. Start the process

    • If you’re ready to start the process, we would meet with you, begin the process for you and deal with the court from beginning to end, and in many cases you will not even have to go to court.  We help you work through troubling issues such as child support calculation, division of assets and other matters that can be stressful or confusing.
    • We also provide professional referrals in case additional support is needed, such as divorce coaches, mediators or financial advisors.
    • Find a divorce professional in your area to find out to get started.

    Focus on life after divorce
    Amicable divorce helps you prepare for the most important part – life after divorce. Your divorce should not leave you feeling stressed and hopeless. Nor should it leave you paying more bills. Create the life you want. Let Divorce With Dignity help you get started on the right path.


    Try these articles from our blog for more useful information:

    Is divorce the right decision for me?

    How much does a divorce cost?

    How do I prepare for a divorce?