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Michigandivorceforall.com can work for your divorce if two main criteria are met. First, at least one of the spouses meets the residence requirements for the area where you plan to file for divorce. Second, your divorce is uncontested.
When the spouses can’t reach a consensus, they should use mediation as an alternative for dispute resolution. If that doesn’t help, the spouses need to settle everything in court and should contact lawyers.
Our clients pay $139 to get their filled out divorce documents. Then, subscribers receive emails every month to remind them about the next payment.
With Michigandivorceforall.com, you get more than just completed divorce papers. You will receive a lot of useful information about the laws and procedures related to this process.
If you aren’t ready to file for divorce right now and want to learn more about the process first, you can use the explanations, data, and forms provided for your information. Please note that Michigandivorceforall.com does not provide legal advice.
You will need the Adobe Acrobat tool to view and print your ready-made forms. This software works with PDF files and isn’t very complicated.
We recommend checking your installed software because, most likely, you already have it on your computer or smartphone. If not, Michigandivorceforall.com shares a link to download it.
Adobe Acrobat is free, and it won’t take you much time to download it.
Yes, you can. You will have 30 days to log back in and update your answers if you or your spouse need to make changes or correct a mistake.
However, you should be aware that if you need to make changes to completed documents after you answer the last question and confirm that you want your documents generated, you may be charged an additional fee.
You have two options. First, you can click the Back button in your browser to go back to the last questions and change your answers.
Second, you can use the status bar to see all the questions you’ve answered, click on the one you are interested in, and enter or choose a different answer.
No, your documents won’t be reviewed by an attorney. Michigandivorceforall.com works without lawyers and doesn’t provide legal advice services.
However, all the explanations we provide for each question are clear and easy-to-understand. Moreover, some of the explanations contain information about the relevant law if you want to read it.
Yes, we have a technical support team that can easily be reached by email or phone at no extra cost. They can help if you have problems using Michigandivorceforall.com or other technical issues not related to the legal field.
You can leave and come back to your account anytime, even after a few weeks. To do this, you need your email address and password.
When you log back into your account again, you will be taken to the stage when the process was interrupted or stopped.
Yes, your spouse will need to sign the divorce papers. Since Michigandivorceforall.com works for uncontested cases, you and your spouse will have to reach an agreement before confirming that you want your divorce documents created. Later, these documents must be signed by both parties.
No, you don’t have to sit at the computer and answer the questionnaire together with your spouse unless you want to.
Michigandivorceforall.com can be used by one of the spouses, who then provides the other with the documents for review.
Before submitting the completed questionnaire, you need to discuss all aspects with your spouse and come to an agreement. You don’t have to answer all questions at once. You can return to your account later and continue where you left off.
You can also share your Michigandivorceforall.com account login and password with your spouse so that they can use it individually.
Michigandivorceforall.com doesn’t provide legal advice.
However, while working with the divorce questionnaire, you’ll receive simple and clear explanations, and in some cases, even the relevant laws. You’ll find answers to most legal questions by reading the information provided.
You’ll have access to licensed attorneys in your account, but this service is not part of Michigandivorceforall.com. Thus, if you want to use it, you’ll have to pay a small commission.
In most cases, if you don’t know your spouse’s location, you can still file the documents you receive from Michigandivorceforall.com. However, after that, you need to request the court to enter a default judgment, which means you can get a one-sided ruling.
Default forms are relatively simple papers that can be found in most law supply shops and courts. That’s why Michigandivorceforall.com doesn’t offer preparation services for default forms. Michigandivorceforall.com only works with actual divorce forms that are difficult to fill in.
Yes, you can. Michigandivorceforall.com offers all the forms you may need to deal with child-related matters.
No, they are not. The court charges a separate filing fee. The sum may differ by county, so we recommend contacting your local court to clarify the cost.
Yes, you can. But first, you need to find a common denominator. To do this, you may need the help of a mediator.
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