How to Get an Online Divorce When You Don’t Agree On Everything Yet

You’ve done your research. You understand that you have options when it comes to getting a divorce, and the benefits of filing an online divorce appeal to you. There is only one catch. You and your soon to be ex-spouse don’t agree on all of the terms of your divorce.

Don’t Give Up Yet!

It is true that you and and your soon to be ex-spouse must agree on the terms of your divorce in order to get a no fault lawyer reviewed online divorce. If you do not agree on all of the terms of your divorce when you first decide to end your marriage, you might consider:

  • Calmly talking to your spouse. Explain the benefits of an online divorce, and the potential costs of a contested divorce.
  • The cost of a contested divorce. Contested divorces can cost thousands of dollars – which could leave you both less well off in the end.
  • Making compromises. Of course, you shouldn’t be the only to compromise. However, before you decide that an online divorce won’t work you should consider the financial and emotional cost of proceeding with a contested divorce.

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