Quick Online Divorce – Options
You fill out our online questionnaire. Our law firm prepares, reviews, and approves your documents. Our professional staff will file your papers and manage them through the court process. We schedule your court date and notify you of when and where you need to appear. It’s that easy. When your papers are completed, all you’ll have to do is review them and show up in court. One of our attorneys will be there to represent you. Most cases take less than 10 minutes in court.
You fill out our online questionnaire. Your Illinois divorce papers will be sent to you with a copy of our step-by-step divorce instruction manual. It has all the necessary information that you need to get through the court process. You file your papers and represent yourself in court. If you ever have any questions or run into any problems, you can call and speak with one of our attorneys at no additional charge. It's all included in the $185 fee.
The QUICK ONLINE DIVORCE program takes you through the entire process for a divorce in Illinois, starting with preparation of all necessary divorce paperwork. You begin by filling out our online questionnaire, answering the same questions a lawyer would ask. Depending on your answers, the program will ask for more details, just as if you were talking to a lawyer.
The questionnaire takes about 20 minutes. You’ll be asked specifics about the divorce, maintenance (alimony), children (custody, support and visitation), and division of property (including real estate). Once it’s complete, QUICK ONLINE DIVORCE takes over, handling all the paperwork for you. Note: If you answer any question in a way that could raise a problem in court, you’ll be alerted to the potential problem ahead of time.
Using the information you provide, our staff will prepare Illinois divorce papers specifically tailored to your case. That means you can arrange your settlement the way you want it, for results you’ll be satisfied with.
QUICK ONLINE DIVORCE is a program for filing an Uncontested Divorce in the state of Illinois. “Uncontested” means that you and your spouse agree on issues with regard to assets, child-related matters, etc., and that there will be no trial. Still have questions? Read more about how to use this program, how long the process takes and what it takes to qualify.