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I’m Getting a Divorce. Which Service Should I Choose?

You are smart.

(if we may say so).

You’ve decided to get some help with your divorce because you recognize that apart from it being a ‘time suck’ and an emotional drain, divorce itself is complex and has significant implications. Going at it completely alone feels overwhelming and a bit risky.

That being said, you don’t want to spend anywhere close to the average cost of divorce – $26,300. Yikes! You also want to work towards an agreement – one way or another. Maybe you’re already ready to rock – maybe you need some help from a lawyer or mediator – but no matter what, you are committed to getting through this without a messy court battle.

NOW WHAT?

At Hello Divorce we offer several different options – depending on your budget, wants, and needs. Think of it as a ‘choose your own adventure’ of sorts. How much can you take on vs. passing off to a professional? What (if anything) is your biggest financial or parenting concern?

You choose what you need. Lawyers are standing by – but they aren’t the center of the case because

YOU ARE.

Just remember. Divorce is a legal process. It doesn’t happen overnight. One step at a time, we’ve got you covered. Let’s make this next chapter your best yet.

DIY Divorce

“DIY Done Right”

Follow our all-in-one web application, the Divorce Navigator, to conveniently handle your own divorce – start to finish. Easily complete all of your divorce forms by using our software. Follow instructions (and track your progress!) in the Divorce Navigator to file and serve (aka deliver) your forms.

  • Cost: $99/month (approx. length, 6 months)
  • Best for:
    • cooperative and/or “friendly” divorce*
    • low assets
    • no kids
    • you’re self-motivated and comfortable moving at your own pace

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“The Covid Divorce”

Use our software, designed by tech pros and seasoned lawyers, to easily prepare your forms. Our document specialists take it from there – processing, filing, and serving (aka delivery) all of your paperwork with the court.

  • Cost: $199/month (approx. length, 6 months)
  • Best for:
    • cooperative and/or “friendly” divorce*
    • low – medium-sized “estate” (assets)
    • no kids or you and your spouse have a co-parenting agreement
    • you’re  comfortable moving at your own pace

* Your spouse will waive personal delivery of documents & will sign a settlement agreement. Both of you can purchase this plan.

Divorce Plus

“The Do It For You Divorce”

An experienced divorce expert guides you through your divorce start to finish using our proprietary software to make it super easy on you. S/he’ll review all forms with you and make revisions as necessary, handle all the procedural stuff (like coordinating service with your spouse and filing documents), and send you personalized resources on any issue you are having difficulty coming to an agreement on. (e.g. How to Calculate Spousal Support, Personal Property Division Spreadsheet, Do I need a QDRO to divide my Retirement Accounts?).

  • Cost: $500 per month for 6 months or a flat fee of $2,500
  • Best for:
    • cooperative, negotiated, and/or mediated divorce (or your spouse is “missing”)**
    • you want someone experienced with the divorce process to handle your divorce for you
    • you don’t have any complicated legal issues
    • you want someone to communicate directly with your spouse

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“The Do It For You Divorce with Lawyer Power”

Everything included with Divorce Plus AND 2 hours of legal coaching with an experienced lawyer for advice, strategy, creative problem solving, review/revise agreements, and/or mediation consulting.

  • Cost: $700 per month for 5 months or a flat fee of $3,000
  • Best for:
    • cooperative, negotiated, and/or mediated divorce (or your spouse is “missing”)**
    • you want someone experienced with the divorce process to handle your divorce for you
    • complicated legal issue (e.g. deferred home sale, spousal support waiver or buyout)
    • you may need some help coming to an agreement with your spouse
    • your spouse has a lawyer and/or you want to ensure your rights are protected

**Make sure to tell your divorce expert right from the start of your case If your spouse is “missing” or you expect your spouse to ignore the divorce forms.

If you still aren’t sure which plan is best for you, schedule a free 15-minute call now. And remember, you’re always welcome to schedule a session with a super experienced divorce lawyer. Learn more here.

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