What is an uncontested
What is an uncontested divorce?
An uncontested divorce is the most cost-effective and least stressful way to get divorced. It is a legal process in which both spouses agree to dissolve their marriage and also
come to an agreement on related issues such as child custody, child support, visitation, property division, alimony, and other matters related to the divorce. In an uncontested divorce,
both spouses cooperate and work together amicably to reach a consensus on these issues, and their mutal agreement(s) are then presented to the court for approval by a judge.
In contrast, a contested divorce occurs in situations where spouses cannot reach a mutual agreement on one or more of these issues, which will require legal proceedings in court before a judge.
In a contested divorce, each spouse typically hires an attorney to represent them and each spouse provides testimony in court (which can be very stressful) to support their position on any disputed issues.
The judge will make binding legal decisions to resolve their disputes. Consequently, an uncontested divorce represents a quicker, more cost-effective, and less emotionally taxing alternative when compared to a contested divorce.
Is the fee to use
Is the fee to use LetsGetDivorced.com
Absolutely! Our fee for completing all your divorce forms online and providing access to our customer support team by phone or email is a one-time payment of just $99.
We have no hidden fees, no monthly subscription charges, and no document storage fees.
The plain truth is that we've chosen to offer our high-quality online divorce service at a very affordable price, that allows us to make a fair profit while keeping our company operational to assist as many people as we can.
Does the fee to use
include the court filing fee?
Does the fee to use LetsGetDivorced.com
include the court's filing fee?
We wish we could include the court's filing fee but it can vary by county. The court can waive the filing fee for plaintiffs who qualify as low-income and file a request to have the filing fee waived.