The Internet has become a remarkable way to save time and money on many tasks and purchases, and getting divorce forms for an uncontested divorce is no exception. In an uncontested divorce you and your spouse reach full agreement about the terms of your divorce. A big advantage of this is that you don’t need a lawyer’s services to prepare your divorce forms. There are well-established online companies that can do it for you. This means that you can initiate a truly low cost divorce online, and complete the process by visiting the courthouse yourself to file your divorce paperwork. (You might also be required to appear briefly before a judge to answer a few questions.)
How do you get started with your uncontested divorce online? It’s simple: just visit the website of one of the online divorce form preparation companies. Look for one that has been in business for many years, has processed thousands of divorce documents, and which offers comprehensive support to answer questions as you go through the divorce process.
All such companies operate by having you fill in a series of forms on their websites. You are prompted to enter all of the appropriate information, so you don’t have to be responsible for remembering something. If you don’t know certain information, it’s fine to just enter what you do know or can easily find out. After you submit your information, the online company will contact you if it needs more information and will work with you to get it. And most well-established companies have experts available to answer your questions.
If you and your spouse have reached agreement about the terms of your divorce, using an online company to get your divorce forms prepared can mean that you’ll get a divorce for hundreds of dollars, instead of the thousands you’d potentially pay if you used a lawyer. The online companies’ paralegals are very familiar with the uncontested divorce requirements in all states across the country, so your divorce forms will be prepared accurately. It is now very common for people to use such forms. Usually the companies email the forms to you to print out, sign and file with your court. But it is also possible for them to send your divorce forms via postal mail.