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The majority of our customers are able to finalize their own uncontested divorces for under $500- TOTAL COST INCLUDING FILING FEE. If either you or your spouse are UNEMPLOYED or on a FIXED INCOME you may be able to file your uncontested divorce without paying the filing fee. Even if your spouse refuses to sign divorce papers, or if you cannot find your spouse, you can still get a cheap uncontested divorce!

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Whatever your circumstances are we can help you get a cheap uncontested divorce!

Service / Summons Divorce

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If you are not sure if your spouse will sign the divorce papers, or if your spouse is incarcerated in jail or prison, you still may be able to finalize your divorce by using the service divorce package. Your spouse will be legally served with divorce papers, and he or she will only have a prescibed amount of time (usually 20-45 days) to contest the divorce. If your spouse doesn't hire a lawyer to contest the divorce, your divorce can be finalized by default- without your spouse's signature. For more information about the service/summons divorce package give us a call!

Publication Divorce AKA Missing Spouse Divorce

 Publication Divorce

If you have been unable to locate your spouse, or if your spouse refuses to provide you with a valid address so you can serve him/her with divorce papers, you still may be able to obtain a quick divorce by publication. The publication divorce allows you to serve your spouse by publishing a legal notice in the newspaper. Publication divorces are finalized without the signature of the other spouse.

Waiver Divorce

Waiver Divorce

The waiver divorce is by far our most popular divorce package. If your spouse is willing to sign, the waiver divorce is the fastest way to get a divorce. The waiver divorce package allows a divorce to be finalized without the non-filing spouse having to appear in court. Your spouse can sign a waiver form in front of a notary and mail it back to you, or he or she can file it directly with the court. The waiver divorce package is ideal if your spouse resides in a different county or state and does not want to travel to court. To use the waiver divorce package you must be sure that your spouse will sign the divorce papers.


How much does an Uncontested Divorce REALLY cost?

In most states divorcing couples can file and finalize their own own uncontested divorce for under $500 (this includes the filing fee and our fee). In addition to our fee for prepararing your divorce papers, here are some other costs customers may encounter...

  • Filing Fee. To find out how much the filing fee is in your state please see our state-by-state list of divorce filing fees or find your state in the list below

  • Service fee (only applies to the service divorce package)

  • Publication Fee (only applies if your doing the divorce by publication, aka missing spouse divorce)

  • Divorce Parenting Class. Some states may require that divorcing couples (that have minor children) complete a four or six hour divorce parenting class. You can complete the Helping Children Cope through Divorce Class online and receive a court acceptable Certificate of Completion. Click Here to start the divorce parenting class online.

    State by State Divorce Information

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    For specific information about getting a cheap uncontested divorce please scroll down to your state below. Please be aware that divorce filing fees may vary by county.

    Cheap Alabama Divorce

    In Alabama you can finalize a cheap uncontested divorce in as little as thirty (30) days. If a settlement agreement is filed with your divorce petition, a judge can sign a Judgement for a divorce after thirty days have passed from the date of filing the divorce petition. The fee for filing a divorce without minor children in Alabama is $290 and $390 with minor child(ren). Even if you have a minor child, your divorce can still be finalized after thirty days from the date the divorce petition is filed.

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    Cheap Alaska Divorce

    The soonest that a cheap uncontested divorce can be finalized in Alaska is thirty-one (31) days after the divorce petition is filed. Generally the filing fee for filing a divorce in Alaska is $150.00 and varies slightly by county. The most commonly used no-fault ground for getting a divorce in Alaska is "incompatibility of temperment."

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    Cheap Arizona Divorce

    The state of Arizona has a waiting period of sixy (60) days before a divorce can be finalized. The time begins to run on the date the petition for a divorce is filed. Arizona is a no -fault divorce state which means that only one spouse has to state that the marriage is "irrestrievably broken" in the divorce petition. Finiling fees for a cheap uncontested divorce in Arizona vary by county and can cost anywhere from $300.00 to $350.00.

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    Cheap Arkansas Divorce

    The no-fault ground for a cheap divorce in Arkansas is that each spouse must have been living separate and apart from each other for at least eighteen (18) months without any cohabitation. In Arkansas you must file a witness testimony affidavit from a witness who can verify that you and your spouse have been living separate and apart. The waiting period for a divorce in Arkansas is ninety (90) days. The filing fee for filing a divorce in Arkansas does vary by county but should not exceed $200.000

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    Cheap California Divorce

    California has the longest waiting period for a divorce. To get a cheap uncontested divorce in California, you must wait at least six-months after your divorce petition is filed. The fee for filing a divorce in California is about $435.00. One advatage to geting an uncontested divorce in Califonia is that you may not have to appear in front a judge to finalize the divorce. If your divorce papers are prepared and filed correctly, a judge can sign a decree of divorce without either spouse having to be physically present in court.

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    Cheap Colorado Divorce

    There is a minimum waiting period of ninety (90) days before a divorce can be granted in Colorado. The no-fault ground for getting a cheap uncontested divorce in Colorado is that the marriage is "irretrievably broken." The current filing fee for a divorce in Colorado is $195.00.

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    Cheap Connecticut Divorce

    The state of Connecticut has a ninety-day waiting period before a divorce can be finalized. However the waiting period may be waived by both parties if there is a settlement agreement. A divorce in Connecticut can be granted on the no-fault ground of an "irretrievable breakdown of the marriage." The fee to file a divorce in Connecticut is $535. This includes the $125 parenting class fee. To file a cheap divorce in Connecticut you must have been a resident of the state for at least one year.

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    Cheap Delaware Divorce

    In Delaware there is not a mandatory waiting period before a divorce can be finalized. An uncontested divorce can be finalized in Delaware in a matter of just a few weeks, depending on the size of your county and the court docket. To get a cheap divorce in Delaware one of he parties must allege in their petition that the marriage is irretrievably broken. The filing fee for a divorce in Delaware is generally about $150 and varies some by county

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    Cheap Florida Divorce

    In Florida a divorce can be granted after twenty (20) days have passed from the date that the divorce petition is filed. Florida is a no-fault divorce state and a divorce can be granted on the ground that the marriage is irretrievably broken. The current filing fee for a divorce in Florida is $408.

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    Cheap Georgia Divorce

    A divorce in Georgia can be granted after thirty-one (31) days have passed from the date the complaint for divorce is filed. Georgia`s thirty-one (31) day waiting period period is mandantory and cannot be waived. The most common ground for obtaining a no-fault divorce in Georgia is that the marriage is irretrievably broken. The filing fee for a divorce in Georgia is about the same statewide, anywhere from $205 to $250. You must have been a resident of Georgia for at least six months before you can file for a divorce.

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    Cheap Hawaii Divorce

    There is no waiting period for a divorce in Hawaii. So even if you have minor children, a divorce can be finalized quickly in Hawaii. To get a cheap divorce in Hawaii you must have been a resident of the state for at least six months. If you don't have a minor child the cost for filing the divorce is $200. If you do have a minor child the filing fee is $250.

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    Cheap Idaho Divorce

    The soonest you can get a divorce finalized in Idaho is twenty-one (21) days. The twenty day waiting period is mamdantory and cannot be waived. To file for a cheap divorce in Idaho you must have been a resident of the state for at least six weeks. The filing fee is $205.

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    Cheap Illinois Divorce

    To file for a cheap divorce in Illinois you must be a resident of the state for at least six months. There is no waiting period in Illinois, so an uncontested divorce in illinois can be finalized quickly. Filing fees for filing a divorce in Illinois varies by county and may cost up to $300. The no-fault ground for an uncontested divorce in Illinois is "an irretrievable breakdown" of the marriage after a two year period of separation. If the parties have not been separated for at least two years, they will have to use a fault ground for a divorce (such as adultry).

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    Cheap Indiana Divorce

    Unlike other states, Indiana does not have any fault grounds for a divorce. There are four (4) no-fault grounds for getting a divorce in Indiana. The most common no-fault ground for a cheap divorce in Indiana is an "irretrievable breakdown of the marriage." The filing fee for a divorce in Indiana varies slightly by county, from $132-$152. There is a sixty (60) day waiting period before a divorce can be finalized in Indiana.

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    Cheap Iowa Divorce

    In order to file for a divorce in Iowa, the spouse filing the divorce must have resided in the state for at least one-year. Under Iowa divorce law, couples seeking a divorce are subject to a 90 day waiting period. However, Iowa divorce code allows for waiver of that waiting period under narrow circumstances. The filing fee for filing a divorce in Iowa is $185. The most commonly used no-fault ground for a divorce in Iowa is that there is a breakdown of the marriage with no likehood that the marriage can be repaired.

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    Cheap Kansas Divorce

    To get a divorce in the State of Kansas, one spouse must have lived in the state for 60 days prior to filing the petition divorce. An uncontested divorce may be granted on a fault or no-fault ground, so long as the couple agree to the grounds. There is a 60 day waiting period before a divorce in Kansas can be finalized. The filing for a divorce in Kansas is $178.

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    Cheap Kentucky Divorce

    In order to file for divorce in Kentucky, the person filing must be a resident of Kentucky for at least 180 days. You can file in the Circuit Court in the county where either you or your spouse resides. The waiting period for a divorce in Kentucky is sixty (60) days. The filing fee for a divorce in Kentucky is $113. The most common ground for an uncontested divorce in Kentucky is that the marriage is irretrievably broken. To get a cheap divorce in Kansas neither spouse has to admit any wrongdoing.

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    Cheap Louisiana Divorce

    A no-fault divorce can be granted in Louisiana if the couple has lived separate and apart for at least six months and does not have minor children from the marriage. Couples that do have minor children are required to live separate and apart for a continuous period of one year before a court will grant a divorce. The filing fee varies by Parish and can cost anywhere from $250-$350.

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    Cheap Main Diorce

    To file for a divorce in Maine, one or both of the parties must be a resident of Maine for at least six (6) months prior to filing the Complaint, or the marriage took place in Maine, or be a resident of the State Maine and the grounds for divorce occurred in Maine. The no-fault ground for getting a divorce in Maine is irreconcilable differences. If the Complaint is filed in Superior Court the filing fee is $150 and if the Complaint is filed in district court the filing fee is only $120. There is a waiting period of sixty (60) days before a divorce in Maine can be finalized, and the waiting period begins to run on the date that the complaint for divorce is filed.

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    Cheap Maryland Divorce

    To file for a divorce in Maryland, one spouse must be a resident of the State for at least one year. The no-fault ground for a divorce in Maryland is that both parties must be separated for at least one year without any co-habitation. The fee filing a divorce in Maine is $165. There is no waiting period before a divorce in Maryland can be finalized.

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    Cheap Massachusetts Divorce

    The most common ground for a no-fault divorce in Massachusetts is an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. Massachusetts does have a mandatory waiting period before a divorce is finalized, and it is not possible to get this waived. The 120-day waiting period is known as the "Nisi period" and it begins after the divorce is approved by a judge. The filing fee for filing a divorce in Massachusetts is $225.

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    Cheap Michigan Divorce

    Michigan is a purely no-fault divorce state, which means that you do not have to prove grounds (like adultery or impotence) in order to get a cheap Michigan divorce. One must only allege that the marriage has been broken down to the extent that all the objects of matrimony have been destroyed. The filing fee for a divorce in Michigan is $150. If you do not have minor children the waiting period is 60 days from the filing of the divorce complaint. If you do have minor children, the waiting period is 180 days (six months) from the filing of the divorce petition. To file for Divorce in Michigan one spouse must have resided in the state for at keast 180 days (six months) prior to filing.

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    Cheap Minnesota Divorce

    Minnesota does not have a waiting period or a mandatory separation period before filing for a divorce. To file for a divorce in Minnesota at least one spouse must be a resident of the state for 180 days. Minnesota is a "no-fault" divorce state, so if you or your spouse believe that your marriage is irretrievably broken then the court will issue a divorce. The fee file a divorce in Minnesota is $400.

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    Cheap Mississippi Divorce

    The only “no-fault” ground for divorce in Mississippi is “irreconcilable differences.” To file for a divorce in Mississippi, you must be a resident of the state for at least six months. An irreconcilable differences divorce requires a 60-day waiting period. However, both spouses must resolve all issues and the court has approved the property settlement agreement. The filing fee for an uncontested divorce in Mississippi is $113.

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    Cheap Missouri Divorce

    Missouri has a waiting period for divorce of thirty (30) days- starting on the day you file your divorce petition. To file for cheap divorce in Missouri one spouse must have resided in Missouri for at least ninety (90) days prior to filing. The filing fee for a divorce in Missouri varies by county and can cost anywhere from $163 to $225. Missouri is a no fault divorce state and neither spouse has to admit to any wrongdoing.

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    Cheap Montana Divorce

    The spouse filing the divorce must have resided in the state for at least 90 days prior to filing.There is not a waiting period for a cheap divorce in Montana. Montana is a no-fault divorce state, so neither spouse has to admit any wrongdoing. To grant a divorce, the court must determine either that (1) the couple has lived separate and apart for more than 180 consecutive days before the petition for divorce is filed, ort (2) there is serious marital discord between the spouses with no reasonable prospect of reconciliation. The filing fee for a divorce in Montana is $245.

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    Cheap Nebraska Divorce

    Nebraska is a purely "no-fault" divorce state. This means that you can't allege that your spouse's wrongdoing caused the divorce. Most divorces are based on the grounds that the parties have irreconcilable differences that have led to a complete breakdown of the marriage. The soonest that a cheap Nebraska divorce can be granted is sixty (60) days after the divorce petition is filed. You or your spouse must be a resident of Nebraska for at least one (1) year before filing your divorce petition. The only exception is if you were married in Nebraska, have been married less than one (1) year, and have lived in Nebraska the entire time since your marriage. The divorce filing fee in Nebraska is $92.

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    Cheap Nevada Divorce

    One spouse must live in Nevada for at least six weeks before you can file a divorce in Nevada. You can file for divorce in the district court in the county where either spouse resides. There is no waiting period for a divorce in Nevada. A judge can enter a judgment for a divorce as soon as the court is available. The total cost of the divorce filing fees plus the filing costs are $326 for a Joint Petition, and $364 for a Complaint. Nevada is a purely "no-fault" divorce state. This means that you can't allege that your spouse's wrongdoing caused the divorce. Most divorces in Nevada are based on the grounds that the parties have irreconcilable differences that have led to a breakdown of the marriage, or that you have been separated from your spouse for at least twelve (12) months.

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    Cheap New Hampshire Divorce

    The state of New Hampshire does not have a waiting period. However, the plaintiff in the divorce must have lived in New Hamshire for one year before filing the divorce. The filing fee for a divorce in New Hampshire is $175-$177. New Hampshire is a "no-fault" divorce state. This means that neither party has to prove that the other is at fault in causing the breakdown of the marriage. The no fault ground for a divorce in New Hamshire is irreconcilable differences have caused the irremediable breakdown of the marriage.

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    Cheap New Jersey Divorce

    There is no waiting period for a divorce in the State of New Jersey. There are waiting period requirements for specific grounds. For example, if you want a divorce based on the grounds of “irreconcilable differences,” you must show a breakdown of the marriage over a period of at least six months. The filing fee for a cheap divorce in New Jersey may vary slightly by county but generally cost around $250. Either spouse must have been a resident of New Jersey for at least one year before filing the divorce.

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    Cheap New Mexico Divorce

    There is a thirty (30) day waiting period after the divorce papers are filed until the judge can sign the Final Decree. However, if there are no minor children, this waiting period can be waived by the Respondent. Almost every uncontested divorce in New Mexico is filed under the no-fault ground of incompatibility. This means when you file your divorce petition you simply need to state under oath that you and your spouse are no longer compatible. In New Mexico, filing fees vary by county. Filing fees are generally around $130.

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    Cheap North Dakota Divorce

    Although North Dakota does not have a waiting period for a divorce, it usually takes 30 to 90 days for the divorce to be finalized. North Dakota is a no-fault divorce state, so even though there are grounds for divorce that are fault-based, irreconcilable differences is enough in the state. The spouse filing for divorce must have been a resident of North Dakota for six months before filing. In North Dakota, the filing fee for a divorce is $80.

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    Cheap Ohio Divorce

    You must live in Ohio for six months before you can file for divorce. You must live in the county where you file for a minimum of ninety (90) days. In Ohio, there is a mandatory thirty (30) day waiting period after a spouse has filed a divorce petition. If there are no minor children the filing fee for a divorce is $300. If there are minor children the filing fee is $350.The no fault ground for a divorce permitted by Ohio is "living separate and apart for one year without interruption and without cohabitation" and incompatibility not denied by either party.

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    Cheap Oklahoma Divorce

    To file for an uncontested divorce in Oklahoma, the filing spouse must be a resident of the state for six months prior to filing. In Oklahoma the no-fault ground for divorce is incompatibility, so neither spouse has to admit any wrongdoing to get a divorce. If there are no minor children, an uncontested divorce in Oklahoma can be granted ten (10) days after the divorce petition is filed. If there are minor children, there is a ninety (90) day waiting period before the the divorce can be finalized. However, the ninety (90) day period may be waived by the court if both parties agree. In most divorce cases with minor children a divorce can be granted after ten days have passed from the date of filing. The filing fee for a divorce in Oklahoma is $240.

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    Cheap Oregon Divorce

    Divorce in Oregon is referred to as a "Dissolution of Marriage." To file for dissolution of marriage in Oregon one spouse must be a resident in the state at the time the divorce is commenced and continuously for a period of six months prior to filing. Since there is no longer a mandatory waiting period in Oregon, it is possible to divorce within days of filing. Oregon is a purely "no-fault" divorce state, which means you cannot allege that wrongdoing by your spouse caused the divorce. Instead, most divorces are based on the grounds that the parties have irreconcilable differences that have led to the breakdown of the marriage. As of May 2016 the filing fee for a divorce in Oregon is $273.

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    Cheap Pennsylvania Divorce

    To file a cheap uncontested divorce in Pennsylvania at least one spouse must be a resident of the state for at least six months prior to the filing of the divorce. Divorce law in Pennsylvania requires a 90 day waiting period before the divorce can be finalized. There is no waiver of the 90 day waiting period. To get a no fault divorce in Pennsylvania you and your spouse must have been separated for two years. The filing fees for a divorce in Pennsylvania vary significantly by county and cost anywhere from $150-$350.

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    Cheap Rhode Island Divorce

    The State of Rhode Island offers a no-fault divorce based on irreconcilable differences. To file for a divorce in Rhode Island one spouse must be a resident of the state for at least one year prior to filing. Rhode Island has a waiting period of seventy-five (75) days before the divorce can be granted. The filing fee for a divorce in Rhode Island costs $160.

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    Cheap South Carolina Divorce

    In order to file for a cheap South Carolina divorce you must have be a resident of State for at least one year, or if both spouses are residents of the state, then the requirement is reduced to 3 months. The court will not grant a divorce decree until at least three months after you file your divorce. To get a no-fault divorce in South Carolina you and your spouse must have been continuously separated for a period of one-year. The fee for filing a divorce in South Carolina is about $150.

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    Cheap South Dakota Divorce

    To get a cheap uncontested divorce in South Dakota, no length of residency or waiting period before beginning the action is required. However, you must be a resident when the divorce is commenced you must remain a resident of South Dakota until the divorce is final. South Dakota requires spouses to wait sixty (60) days from the date the divorce is filed until the divorce is actually granted. The only no-fault ground available to those seeking an uncontested divorce is based on “irreconcilable differences” - an irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. The cost for filing a divorce in South Dakota is about $95.

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    Cheap Tennessee Divorce

    The spouse filing the petition for divorce must be a resident of the State of Tennessee when the grounds for divorce took place. If the grounds for divorce happened outside of Tennessee, one of the spouses must be a resident of the state for at least six (6) months before they can file. In addition to irreconcilable differences couples divorcing in Tennessee may base their divorce on the ground of separation. This requires continuous separation for a period of two or more years. A no-fault divorce in Tennessee takes about two to six months. There is a mandatory 60 day "cooling -off" period after the complaint is filed, if there are no children. If there are minor children, there is a ninety (90) day waiting period before the divorce is finalized. The filing fee for a divorce in Tennessee can cost anywhere from $150- $378.

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    Cheap Texas Divorce

    One spouse must be a legal resident of the State of Texas for at least six (6) months and a resident of a county for ninety (90) days before a divorce can be filed. After the divorce petition is filed, there is a minimum sixty (60)-day waiting period before the divorce can be granted. Texas no-fault divorce papers must state that the marriage has become "insupportable due to conflict between the parties and that there is no reasonable expectation of reconciliation". The filing fee is approximately $300 to file your divorce petition with the court. You may pay additional court fees depending on your county.

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    Cheap Utah Divorce

    To file a Utah divorce, you or your spouse must reside in one county continuously for at least three months. Utah divorce law requires a thirty (30) day waiting period before the divorce can be finalized. Utah is a no fault divorce state and allows a divorce based upon "irreconcilable differences." The filing fee for a divorce in Utah is $318. That fee is paid directly to the Court Clerk when you file your divorce papers.

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    Cheap Vermont Divorce

    To file for divorce, you or your spouse must have been a resident of Vermont for six months. ... Grounds for divorce: Vermont allows a no-fault divorce. That requires that you and your spouse live separate and apart for at least six consecutive months and that you are not likely to get back together. There is no mandantory waiting period for a divorce in Vermont. The filing fee for a divorce in Vermont is $95-$295 depending on whether or not there are stipulations included.

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    Cheap Virginia Divorce

    To file a divorce in Virginia at least one spouse must have been a “bona fide” resident of Virginia for at least six (6) months prior to filing the divorce action. For no-fault divorces based on separation, the spouses must live separate and apart for a period of one year (six months if there are no minor children). The fee for filing a divorce in Virginia can cost anywhere from $90 to $180.

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    Cheap Washington Divorce

    To file a divorce in Washington one spouse must be a resident or a member of armed forces stationed in state. Washington has a ninety day waiting period before a divorce can be granted. The no-fault ground for a cheap divorce in Washington is an "irretrievable breakdown" of the marriage. The filing fee in Washington is $280 for a divorce. Other costs may be included for photocopying and service fees.

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    Cheap West Virginia Divorce

    To file for a divorce in West Virginia at least one of the spouses must have been a resident of the state for at least one year- except if the marriage took place in West Virginia, the one year residency requirement is considered waived. The two no-fault grounds for a divorce in West Vorginia are incompatibility, and separate cohabitation (voluntary or involuntary) for at least one year. A divorce cannot be granted sooner than 20 days after the Petition for Divorce has been served on your spouse (or 30 days if you served your spouse by publication). In West Virginia the divorce filing fees range from $155 to $160.

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    Cheap Wisconsin Divorce

    To file an uncontested divorce in West Virginia one of the spouses must be a resident of the state of Wisconsin for at least six (6) months and a resident of the county in which they file for at least thirty (30) days. In Wisconsin the only ground anyone needs to give to the court for getting a divorce is the marriage is irretrievably broken. The filing fee for an uncontested divorce in West Virginia cost anywhere from $180-$200.

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    Cheap Wyoming Divorce

    To file a divorce in Wyoming the Plaintiff must be a resident of the State of Wyoming for more than sixty (60) days prior to the date of filing for divorce. Wyoming has a waiting period of twenty twenty (20) days before a divorce can be granted. Wyoming is a no-fault divorce state. Wyoming uses irreconcilable differences (the two parties no longer get along) as no-fault grounds for divorce. The filing fee for a divorce in Wyoming is $60-$80.

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