Divorce can be short or long – depending on the complexity of the issues and/or cooperation from your spouse. As much as we’d like the divorce process to be linear, it often is not. Different forms are required along the way and sometimes court is necessary to resolve issues.

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Have an uncontested or (fairly) cooperative divorce? Our Divorce Navigator will not only guide you through all those pesky (mandatory) forms, but help you craft a solution that is strategic, enforceable and will be approved by the court. Or, if you prefer having a (human) guide you through the entire process (prepare, file and process your forms for you), our Divorce Plus option is perfect for you. Our legal document assistants will keep your divorce moving forward and on track.

Stuck in rut? Just not sure how to strategically move your case forward? Need help preparing documents that will protect your interests? We provide expert document preparation services  and access to legal coaching and on a flat fee basis – keeping your divorce on track and your pocket book in check.

Short on time, energy and inspiration? There are two options for you:

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  2. LFLG  mediation is the perfect (flat fee) option if you and your spouse agree to work together with a mediator to resolve your divorce issues (think: debt allocation, parenting schedule, property division, etc.). Meetings are conducted through Zoom conferencing. Once your mediator helps you and your spouse achieve agreements, she will prepare all your forms including your divorce judgment. Learn more.

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