Uncontested Divorce Utah

Complete Divorce for $500*

Divorce is one of the most difficult things a person can experience. We can help you and your spouse obtain a full and complete divorce in the most stress-free, simplest, and fasted way possible with our Utah Online Divorce. There is light at the end of the tunnel.

If you and your ex have agreed to all the terms of the divorce, including: property division, child custody, child support & alimony then you can save thousands with an uncontested divorce of only $500 each. In an uncontested divorce we will draft all the paperwork to make the divorce decree legal. Each spouse only pays $500 for the documents.

What is An Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce means you and your spouse can agree on all aspects and terms of your divorce. After you and your spouse have agreed on all aspects of the divorce, you will use our simple and convenient online divorce questionnaire. We will then provide you with a stipulated petition for divorce for you  and your spouse to sign.

Avoid expensive and unpredictable attorney fees, complex litigation, and mandatory mediation with a simple and cost-effective online divorce in Utah, but still enjoy the peace of mind that a licensed Utah divorce attorney is preparing and completing all the necessary steps to get a divorce.

Who Qualifies

Utah online divorce is designed to help couples get a quick and stress-free divorce without the costs and complexity of a contested divorce. You can use our divorce checklist to work through all the issues with your ex. Once you have come to a full and complete agreement on the terms of the divorce, we can draft all of the legal documents needed, file and obtain your divorce decree in a simple and convenient process. Utilizing our simple and convenient online questionnaire, we will gather all of the information we need to draft all the legal documents to complete your divorce all from the comfort of your home.

We understand that attorneys sometimes complicate your agreement to increase their fees. Not us! Our flat-fee uncontested divorce will affordably draft and file all the necessary paperwork to quickly finalize your divorce–if you have already agreed to the terms.

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Complete Divorce
$500 Each

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Peace of mind documents are complete
Attorney Processed
Attorney handles all court filings
Simple & Customed
Documents customized with easy interview
Utah Online Divorce Process
Utah Divorce FAQs

Child support in Utah is based on a formula that can easily be calculated if the income of both spouses is known. You can use the calculator at Office of Recovery Services locate at Office of Recovery Services  – (utah.gov).

Your property will be categorized as either a non-maritital asset or a marital asset. If the property was acquired during the marriage it will generally be a martial asset.

Each party will receive their separate property. Marital property will generally be divided equitably. 

Alimony is a remedy awarded to help a financially weaker spouse become self-sufficient. In Utah alimony is discretionary and is not awarded in every case. Factors that a court will consider in determining if alimony should be awarded and if so how much includes: 

  • Income and financial resources of both parties
  • Age
  • Emotional & physical condition of each party
  • Standard of living during the marriage
  • Length of the marriage
Other factors can impact alimony such as “cause” such as an affair during marriage, cohabitation after divorce and employment.

Each party typically is responsible for his or her own legal expenses and costs associated with divorce. In some case, the court may award attorney’s fees.

In Utah if the divorce is contested (an answer is filed), then mediation is required. In some cases more than one mediation will be necessary to resolve all the issues.

For more information on Utah Divorce, a free initial consultation is your best next step. 

GET THE DIVORCE ANSWERS YOU NEED BY CONTACTING US TODAY.
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