You are worried about what a future after divorce will bring not only for you, but also for your children. You know that they will miss living full time with both parents and you know that you have to pay attention to their emotional needs. However, did you also know that getting an online divorce can be an important part of helping your family, and your children through this difficult time?
A recent study found that more than one third of U.S. marriages begin with online dating. A lot is known about online dating, but not as much may be known about online divorces. Thus, whether your marriage began with online dating or you met your spouse a different way, you may have questions about online divorce if you are seeking to end your marriage.
Online divorce form companies are prohibited by the law from giving legal advice to couples. Only attorney supported online divorce companies have the legal right to advise divorcing couples. This means that online divorce forms, which are attorney reviewed, have fewer errors and are more likely to be approved by the court.