DO IT YOURSELF DIVORCE
LOVELAND AND FORT COLLINS DIVORCE LAWYERS
When you think of a divorce, you probably think of two people with an unsolvable dispute. However, many couples getting divorced do not want a drawn-out legal battle. If you and your partner don’t have disputes to settle, why spend all that money just for some paperwork? That’s why the prospect of a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) divorce is attractive to so many people. But the Loveland family law firm of Loomis & Greene understands that even when a divorce isn’t contested, there are still a number of obstacles to overcome. No matter what, a divorce will involve gathering and filing the correct forms with the courts and calculating child support payments. If you aren’t properly prepared, the process will quickly become overwhelming. Even if you think your divorce is straightforward, we recommend you contact the attorneys at Loomis & Greene.
Want A Simpler Divorce Process?
The DIY divorce service at Loomis & Greene costs a flat, one-time fee of $950.00* (without children) or $1,250.00* (with children). Contact our firm today to schedule a meeting with one of our divorce attorneys to discuss your case in more detail.
The Steps Are Easy:
- We’ll host an interview for all parties to share the necessary information.
- Your attorney with Loomis & Greene will use this information to draw up the necessary documents.**
- We will email the documents to both parties and make any necessary changes or corrections.
- Once the documents are completed and signed, we will file the case with the court. After approximately 100 days, your Decree of Divorce will arrive.
THE PROS OF DO-IT-YOURSELF DIVORCES
The number one reason people choose a DIY divorce is to save money. There’s no way to know how long a divorce may take, so retaining an attorney can quickly become too expensive. Additionally, a DIY divorce allows you to stay in control of your divorce. If you wish to approach your spouse regarding different aspects of the divorce, or file motions in court, you are free to do so without a lawyer.