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Common Questions About Flash Divorce
Yes. At Flash Divorce, our services are for spouses who can work together to dissolve their marriage.
Flash Divorce’s services are designed to provide you with the help you need (and nothing you don’t need). If you decide you want additional help, feel free to email us or visit our Legal Help page. In addition, you can cancel your Flash Divorce membership by visiting your account page. If you are on an installment membership plan and choose to cancel, it’s important to know that you will no longer receive the legal services you’ve cancelled moving forward.
Our legal services do not include fees to third parties, such as state court costs to file your divorce petition. Feel free to contact us to find out which state-specific costs you will need to pay when you get divorced.
You can reach Flash Divorce at email@example.com. We do not provide legal advice, but would be glad to advise you on the services we offer.
Flash Divorce offers a variety of low-cost services to assist you with your divorce. Click here to view our full list of services.
The level of complexity in your situation will determine whether any of our divorce services are right for you. For example, if you and your spouse will not be able to agree to the terms of divorce (or to divorce at all), Flash Divorce may not be right for you. On the other hand, if your divorce is uncontested and you do not have substantial assets to divide, one of our simplified solutions might be a good fit. Feel free to call us with any questions.
Yes. We offer appointments by phone, video conferencing, or in-person at one of our area office locations. You can schedule an appointment online or call us to schedule. Our attorneys are often available for same-day appointments.
If I choose Flash Divorce’s legal services, can an attorney still be physically present to represent me in court?
The best thing to do is to call our office to confirm an attorney’s availability in your area. Day rates can often be negotiated with advanced notice.
The attorneys at Flash Divorce can assist with divorces in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Illinois, Florida, Washington D.C., Virginia, and Texas.
When you purchase a do-it-yourself divorce kit, you are on your own to complete the forms. But without any attorney guidance, this approach can lead to costly errors and revisions. When you use Flash Divorce, you’ll choose and pay for professional legal services needed for a successful divorce, while still adhering to your budget.
When you hire a lawyer to complete your divorce, you will pay for court costs plus your lawyer’s hourly fee. For those who face a contested divorce or have substantial assets to divide, this level of assistance is important and necessary. Our online services are low-cost solutions for spouses to achieve a simple divorce. Costs vary depending on the services you purchase through our website. You will also be responsible for paying court filing fees directly to the court.
An online divorce is an option if you are filing a no-fault divorce and you and your spouse agree on the issues related to marriage dissolution, such as division of property, child custody, child support, and spousal support.
In order to get a no-fault divorce in Pennsylvania, you must:
- Be a resident of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for 6 months or me.
- Agree to the division of property and other specific matters related to your divorce.
- Both be willing to sign the divorce papers not only indicting that your marriage is over, but also explaining the legal significance of the end of your marital union.
If you meet the residency requirements, if you both agree that you want a divorce, and you both agree to the terms of your divorce, then a no-fault divorce may be the right move.