CompleteCase.com provides you with the tools and the resources which will break the process down to make it easy for you to get a divorce. Our 3 step process is easy to use and easy to understand. A more detailed step by step process on how it works may be viewed at here.
At the time you create an account for your state's divorce service, a one time fee will be charged to your credit card. You will have access to your account for 30 days. There are no additional costs for using CompleteCase.com to help you prepare your divorce documents. We do offer additional services to help you with your divorce. You may visit our pricing section for more information on the cost and our guarantee.
No, it does not matter where you were married. A divorce should be filed where you or your spouse reside. You do not file in the state or country where you married, but rather where you live. Check your state page for specific residency requirements.
Generally, if either spouse has lived in the state where you intend to file, you can use CompleteCase.com. Check your state page for specific residency requirements.
The forms and instructions are state specific and will be provided in accordance with state law.
CompleteCase.com cannot resolve contested cases. If you cannot come to an agreement and need to have a trial, you should contact an attorney.
Yes. CompleteCase.com provides the documents necessary to address all child related issues.
Yes. CompleteCase.com provides the documents necessary to divide property and debt.
You can use CompleteCase.com if you have children and you and your spouse live in different states. Typically, you will file in the state where the child(ren) reside. You should review each spouse's state requirements to learn what is required and help you decide the state where you will file. Individual state requirements may be found here.
Divorce information and topic specific laws are included in the questionnaire, along with completed divorce forms and procedural instructions which will provide a great deal of information about the law and process relating to obtaining a divorce.
If you choose not to file the documents, you will not get a divorce. You may use the resources and forms for informational purposes.
In order to view and print the forms, you will need Adobe Acrobat software which creates PDF files.
If you do not have this software, you can download the Adobe Reader for free.
Yes. If you change your mind, make a mistake or if your spouse has changes, you can return to your account and make changes as long as your account is active.
No. CompleteCase.com operates without attorneys. No lawyer will review the documents.
CompleteCase.com employees cannot offer legal advice. However, the explanations provided with each question are simple and clear and the law is provided for some questions if you wish to review it.
Yes. If you have any difficulty with the use of the site, other than legal questions, support is available quickly via email or telephone at no additional charge.
CompleteCase.com employees cannot answer legal questions. However, each of the questions asked during the process has a simple explanation and most have topic specific laws available.
Typically, legal questions are addressed through the process of answering the questions and reading explanations and law as necessary.
You will further have access to Live Lawyer, which is a feature that allows you to connect with an attorney licensed in your state. You will be able to obtain legal advice through this method, should you need. The Live Lawyer feature is an additional minimal fee if you require legal advice through the process.
You will be able to access your account for 30 days. You may return to your account using your email address and password.
Yes. CompleteCase.com is for uncontested divorces. This means that you will need to have an agreement.
You do not need to have an agreement immediately, but you will need to agree before submitting your completed answers after answering the last question online.
At some point, when you reach an agreement, your spouse will need to sign the documents.
No. CompleteCase.com is designed to be used by one spouse, who will then give the documents to the other spouse for their review.
You can return to CompleteCase.com to make changes as necessary, after discussing it with your spouse. You will need to come to an agreement before confirming completion at the end of the question process.
Of course, there is nothing restricting both spouses from sitting at the computer together and answering the questions.
Generally, if you cannot locate your spouse you will need to file the documents provided by CompleteCase.com and then file for default. CompleteCase.com does not provide service by publication forms or default forms.
These are fairly simple forms which are available at most courthouses and legal supply stores. The difficult documents, those that actually create the divorce, are provided by CompleteCase.com.
No. Court filing fees, which often vary by county, are in addition to the cost of using CompleteCase.com.
Your Total Savings
A Family law divorce attorney will typically charge you $200/hour resulting in a $1,500-3,000 total fee for an uncontested divorce.
CompleteCase.com charges you $299.00 with no additional fees for children, assets or alterations to your case.
80-90% by using