CompleteCase.com provides you with tools and resources that help you avoid the hassles and costs of the typical divorce process. Our 3-step process is simple to use and easy to understand. Learn more.
A typical case costs $299. When you create an account, a one-time fee will be charged, and you’ll have access to your account for 30 days (or more if needed, for a small monthly fee). There are no additional costs for using CompleteCase.com to help you prepare your divorce documents. Visit our savings page for more information.
Nope. A divorce should be filed where you or your spouse reside. If either spouse has lived in the state where you intend to file, you can use our service. Check your state info for specific residency requirements.
You sure can. Generally, if either spouse has lived in the state where you intend to file, you can use CompleteCase.com. Check your state info for specific residency requirements. The forms and instructions are state specific and will be provided in accordance with applicable law.
CompleteCase.com cannot resolve contested cases. If you can’t come to an agreement and need to have a trial, you should contact a lawyer.
Absolutely. We provide the documents you’ll need to address child-related filing issues.
Yes. CompleteCase.com provides the documents you’ll need to divide property and debt.
No problem. You can use CompleteCase.com in this scenario. Typically, you’ll file in the state where the child(ren) reside. You should review each spouse's state requirements to learn what’s required and help you decide where to file. View the state requirements.
We can certainly understand that, and in fact, some of our clients use our service to get the lay of the land before finalizing their divorces, or as a tool in mediation. Divorce information and topic-specific laws are included in the questionnaire, along with completed divorce forms and procedural instructions. This will provide a lot of information about the law and process of obtaining a divorce. But don’t worry—if you don’t file the documents, you won’t get a divorce! And you may find the resources and forms useful in ironing out the details of your divorce, even if you don’t end up filing right away.
Only one. You’ll need Adobe Acrobat, which creates pdf files, so you can view and print the forms. If you don’t already have it, you can download Adobe Reader for free.
Definitely. You can return to your account and make changes as long as your account is active.
Not in the typical process, but that’s a beautiful thing: CompleteCase saves our clients so much money because we’ve removed lawyers from the individual case process. But don’t worry—lawyers have reviewed all the forms and information in advance, and we offer a 100% guarantee of court acceptance, or your money back.
Of course. If you have any difficulty with the use of the site, customer support is available quickly by email or phone at no additional charge.
CompleteCase.com employees can’t answer legal questions. However, each of the questions asked during the process has a simple explanation, and most have topic-specific laws available for your reference. If a lawyer is a must in your case, our Live Lawyer feature can connect you to a lawyer licensed in your state for an additional small fee.
You’ll be able to access your account for 30 days, and if you need the time, we can extend access past 30 days for a small monthly fee.
Yes. CompleteCase.com works best in uncontested divorces where you and your spouse have come to an agreement on the details, so both parties are already willing to sign. Of course, you don’t need to have every detail sorted out immediately, but you’ll need to agree before submitting your completed answers.
Only if you want to! CompleteCase.com is designed for use by one spouse. Of course, you’ll still need to give the documents to your spouse for his/her review and come to an agreement before signing and filing. And you’re always welcome to complete the process together—whatever works for you.
Generally, if you can’t find your spouse, you’ll need to file the documents we provide and then file for default. CompleteCase.com does not provide service by publication forms or default forms. These are fairly simple forms that are available at most courthouses and legal supply stores.
We’d love to include that, but because court filing fees often vary by county, they’re not included in our pricing.
A divorce lawyer will charge you about $200 per hour for a typical uncontested divorce—leaving a $1,500–$3,000 bill that you don’t need on your doorstep. CompleteCase beats that—by a long shot.
Our divorce services cost only $299, with no additional fees for children, assets, or alterations to your case.