Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
At Divorce.com, we offer everything you need to avoid the unnecessary hassles and costs of a typical divorce. Our process involves three easy-to-understand steps that produce fast results.
Yes! Divorce.com is here for you throughout the US and Canada.
Definitely! Divorce.com can help your family address child-related issues when producing documents and filing with the court.
Absolutely. Fill us in about your mutually agreed upon terms and we’ll provide the paperwork necessary for sharing debt and dividing property.
No problem! We have customers who use our service to consider their options before making their ultimate filing decision. In our questionnaire, you’ll find divorce information and topic-specific educational materials that are used to generate your paperwork. Some people find it helpful to know more about the law and our process before moving forward. Doing your homework can help you feel more prepared when ironing out details and getting ready to file.
Yes! If our uncontested online divorce tool doesn't fit your situation, we have mediators ready to help you reach an agreement, or can connect you with independent attorneys licensed in your state that would be happy to assist.
We cannot answer legal questions, but our experience is that most questions have a simple answer that can be found with an online search or by referencing the educational resources we provide during the process. If you prefer an attorney, not to worry, we can quickly connect you with an independent attorney licensed in your state.
Family & Spouse
In most cases, you’ll be required to file the forms we provide and subsequently file for default. We do not offer default or service by publication forms, however, these forms are readily available at legal supply stores or at your applicable courthouse.
No! You just need to file in the state where you are living. As long as one or both spouses currently resides in or has lived in the state in which you are filing, you can use Divorce.com. Be sure to reference specific residency requirements for your state.
Not at all. A good rule of thumb is to file in the state where your child(ren) live. Be sure to look at the state requirements for each spouse to know what’s required and where you should file. View state requirements.
Yes. Before using Divorce.com, it’s best to work out most or all of the details with your spouse and come to an agreement. Both parties must be prepared and willing to sign. If you need a little help along the way, Divorce.com mediators stand ready to assist!
You’re always welcome to use our service together, but it was designed for use by one spouse. Either way, you’ll need to reach an agreement with your spouse on details and give your spouse the documents for his or her review. Then you’ll be ready to sign and file!
As long as your account is active, you can always make changes.
To view and print forms as well as create pdf files, you’ll need Adobe Acrobat. Don't have it or another pdf reader? No worries! Download Adobe Reader for free.
Absolutely! Technical support via email or phone is available to you at no charge if you have any questions or difficulty using our program.
Divorce.com typically uses state forms, but when we need to create our own templates for your use, we have attorneys review them ahead of time. An attorney will not review your specific documents unless you purchase that service separately. This is how we’re able to offer such great savings to our customers!
A one-time fee is charged when you establish an account with us, and an order depends of package and starts from $599. This will give you 12 months access to your account. That’s it! A divorce ready to be filed for one low price!
We'd love to include that cost, but because filing fees often vary by county, they're not included in our pricing.
We charge the $599 document fee for access to our system to generate accurate and ready-to-file divorce forms.
Divorce.com offers online divorce solutions in all 50 states + Canada.
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Washington D.C.
- West Virginia
- British Columbia
- New Brunswick