Proceeding With Divorce?

37% of married adults aged 20-24 get a divorce

You are in agreement on all of the terms of your divorce, but you would like someone else to prepare the paperwork? If this is the case, it is not necessary to pay an attorney hundreds of dollars per hour to prepare all of the necessary legal filings.

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Divorce Court Paperwork

Unless you have entered the War of the Roses and are letting attorneys take care of everything (and charge you for it), navigating the maze of forms, petitions and disclosures that are required by the court in divorce proceedings is daunting. Here is where we can assist you:
  • Petition for Divorce or Legal Separation
  • All Financial Disclosures
  • Final Judgment Package
  • Marital Settlement Agreement
  • Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO)
  • Post-Judgment Request for Order for Child Support or Custody
  • Stipulated Agreement filed with the court
  • Notary Public
  • Court filing

How We Assist

Divorce Help Family Law provides access to Legal Document Assistants to help you get all your divorce papers in order.

The typical attorney charges a retainer between $3,000 and $5,000, and an hourly rate between $250 and $500. Our LDAs are paid per task, not hourly, and are approximately 1/3rd to an 1/8th of the cost of an attorney for the same filings. It makes little sense for you to spend more than you really have to for all the divorce court paperwork you may need.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a Paralegal and a Legal Document Assistant?

A paralegal must work under the direct supervision of an attorney. A Legal Document Assistant (LDA) has acquired a Legal Document Assistant License, issued by the county, to prepare legal filings independently.

What if I need legal advice?

We have access to attorneys that will provide legal advice to our clients at low-cost and without requiring a retainer.

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