3-Step Process to Fast and Easy Divorce
Ending a marriage doesn't have to be war. It doesn't have to cost months of courtroom drama and thousands of dollars in legal fees.
There is a better way. The CompleteCase.com way.
• You'll get detailed, easy-to-follow instructions that will take you through the entire divorce process.
• You'll get completed divorce documents with easy to understand filing instructions and a guarantee of court acceptance or your money back.
CHOOSE YOUR STATE AND SIGN-UP
Review your state information by choosing a state where either spouse resides. Generally each state has different residency requirements, meaning that one spouse needs to live in the state in which you intend to file. If you live in different states, you might look to both states to see which requirements are easier to meet and perhaps which state has the shorter waiting period. Create your login and begin your divorce.
ANSWER QUESTIONS RELATED TO YOUR CASE
Once you have logged in, simply answer the questions in our online interview. Review our simple explanations and check legal citations (as you wish). There is no need to finish immediately as your account will be open for 30 days, and you can extend your access if you need for a low monthly fee. You can answer some questions now and the rest later. After signing-up, your login will give you private access to your own account. You will never lose your place or have to repeat any answers. Return at your leisure to complete the process.
PRINT YOUR FORMS AND FILE
When you have finished this process you will have access to your completed documents online. Print the forms from your own printer (or request a free mailing) and sign them. File the documents with the court, according to the simple filing instructions provided. In many cases you can file the documents by mail or by fax without ever appearing in court, but this will vary by state. Make minor changes and reprint as necessary. There are no additional fees for minor changes to your forms and you can take advantage of unlimited phone and email support.