Divorce

The most intelligent, affordable and simple online divorce service available, created by a divorce attorney to give you the highest quality divorce documents.

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If you hire an attorney, your divorce will likely cost you over $10,000

But most other couples are able to settle out of court and probably don’t need to retain an attorney, if they were able to have access to quality DIY services.

Do you need to hire A

divorce attorney?

If you hire an attorney, your divorce could cost you over $10,000.
Hiring an attorney is often necessary if:

Hiring an attorney is often necessary if:
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High-value assets

You have a lot of high-value or complex assets to divide (like joint property beyond the primary home, businesses, investments, or retirement accounts)

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No Communication

You can’t communicate or agree on the terms of your divorce. This generally occurs with agreements on spousal support, child custody, and parent-time.

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Conflict Situations

You have a high-conflict situation or there are issues of domestic abuse.

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Additional Expenses

Your spouse is insisting on hiring their own attorney..

With our service and some cooperation couples are able to settle out of court and probably don’t need to retain an attorney.

Why did we create Simpleending?

We want to use our legal knowledge and experience to facilitate you and your spouse making educated decisions for your divorce and obtain high quality and custom tailored documents setting you up for success after your divorce is finalized.

Our Mission

Is to educate, empower, and elevate you through a divorce, making it the most simple, affordable, and superior process that is available.

Our Vision

Is to give you the tools and ability for you and your spouse to get divorced on your own terms. No legal knowledge necessary.

Our Goal

Is to lift you up as a person so that you can move on and live your best life once your divorce is finalized.
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Why should you use Simpleending?

With some cooperation between you and your spouse, you can obtain a quality divorce decree without spending thousands of dollars on attorneys. This allows both parties to use those valuable funds on their future.

We’re not like other
online platforms

Most of the online divorce platforms have just bought or downloaded blank divorce forms from the state websites. We actually guide you through creating...

We encourage an
amicable divorce

After the first user goes through our questionnaire, the second user gets a chance to approve the divorce stipulation or request changes, which the first user...

We get it all done
for under $1,000

After you pay the initial $295, answer all the questions, and your spouse signs off, you can file the first four documents with the court. There is then a 30-day waiting...

We save you money
even if an attorney
has to get involved

If after paying the $295.00, you and your spouse can’t agree on certain divisions or concepts, or you realize an attorney needs to get involved, we’ll still give...

We offer flexible
payment options

We break down the cost into two different payments so that you don’t pay for more than you need. The initial payment of $295 is less than a consultation with a reputable attorney...

We guarantee
your divorce

Because we’re owned and operated by real family law attorneys in your state, we can back up our divorce document quality with a guarantee. Once you’ve completed and...

How does IT work?

How does IT work?

We made it easy with five simple steps

Are you eligible to use Simpleending?

At this time, our service only applies to Utah divorces

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We’re not like other online platforms

Most of the online divorce platforms have just bought or downloaded blank divorce forms from the state websites.
We actually guide you through creating completely personal and customizable divorce documents, where you don’t have to write or provide any of the wording yourself.

You’re benefiting from the experience and legalese of a divorce attorney without having to hire one.

We encourage an amicable divorce

After the first user goes through our questionnaire, the second user gets a chance to approve the divorce stipulation or request changes, which the first user can then make.

If the couple cannot agree on the divorce terms, an attorney may need to get involved.

We get it all done for under $1,000

After you pay the initial $295, answer all the questions, and your spouse signs off, you can file the first four documents with the court. There is then a 30-day waiting period per Utah law.

But after that, you’ll pay the remaining $695 and be able to download the remaining 6–10 documents and file those. Then you just wait for the court to sign those documents, and, voila! Your divorce will be finalized.

We save you money even if an attorney has to get involved

If after paying the $295.00, you and your spouse can’t agree on certain divisions or concepts, or you realize an attorney needs to get involved, we’ll still give you the first four documents of your divorce stipulation that you’ve created so far (which would have all the legal wording for your divorce decree, per how the questions were answered by user 1; it just won’t have been signed off on by user 2), without even paying the second payment.

Once these have been all submitted, it’s usually under 2 weeks before the court has approved and signed your documents, indicating that your divorce is finalized. While we can’t guarantee the speed of the court to sign your documents, you can expect, on average, that the entire divorce process will take 60–90 days.

We offer flexible payment options

We break down the cost into two different payments so that you don’t pay for more than you need. The initial payment of $295 is less than most initial consultations with a divorce attorney, so it’s a good value, even if you and your spouse aren’t able to come to an agreement using our services. If it is working for you, you can pay the remaining $695 to get the remaining final documents needed for your divorce decree.

We use PayPal as a safe and easy way to pay. You can also opt to split the cost with your spouse. Or you can opt into PayPal’s options for financing the payments so the amount is spread out over a longer period.

We guarantee your divorce

Because we’re owned and operated by real family law attorneys in your state, we can back up our divorce document quality with a guarantee.

Once you’ve completed and filed your forms, if the court rejects your documents, or the process or technology aren’t working, we promise to step in and assist until you have a court-signed divorce decree.

That’s how confident and excited we are to offer this unparalleled legal technology.

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Matthew Ames

Matthew Ames is from Idaho Falls, and was raised in both Idaho and Utah. He has been interested in creative digital work from a young age. In 2021, Matt started working for SimpleEnding, Moxie Law Group, and CoilLaw doing all things social media, graphics, photography, and video. Matt loves the gym, shoes, and Lego. He’s also a fan of all things Marvel, Star Wars, Pokémon, and anime.

 

Gabriela

Though born in Los Angeles, Gabriela spent most of her childhood in West Virginia and Missouri. She attended high school at NUAMES and graduated not only with a high school diploma, but an associate’s degree as well.

After high school, Gabriela graduated from Weber State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature and she plans to begin working on her master’s degree in 2023. Gabriela is an avid participant in the 52 Book Challenge. When she’s not working, she’s likely reading, working on her novel, or spending time with her husband.

Paul Wyner

Paul Wyner was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He attended Southern Utah University and graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in History Education. Paul went on to receive a Masters in Business Administration from Westminster College. Before working at CoilLaw, Paul worked in Healthcare Administration for several large healthcare companies in Utah. 

The aforementioned includes Intermountain Healthcare, University of Utah Healthcare, and Revere Health. When not at work, Paul spends his time doing volunteer work, hanging with his wife and five children, or watching sporting events—specifically the Atlanta Braves and the Green Bay Packers.

Luke A. Shaw

Luke A. Shaw was raised by an Air Force family and spent most of his early years in Spokane, Washington. Luke served an LDS mission in New York, and went on to begin his undergraduate degree in business management. While pursuing his Juris Doctorate at Michigan State University, Luke worked for his brother’s family law practice in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Upon graduation, Luke moved to Arizona where he joined the Arizona State Bar. In 2015, Luke joined the Utah State Bar and began working for CoilLaw. Luke has been an active member of the Family Law section of the Utah State Bar ever since. Luke is committed to fighting for his clients and ensuring that they obtain the best possible outcome. When Luke is not advocating for his clients’ best interests, he enjoys traveling with his family and their two dogs.

Jill L. Coil

Jill L. Coil was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Brigham Young University and she graduated with honors. Jill went on to attend Texas Southern University, where she met her husband, and received her Juris Doctorate. Jill founded CoilLaw in December 2014, and focused on Family and Criminal Law. CoilLaw began as a Utah company but has recently expanded into Texas. Although Jill now resides in Texas, Jill is a licensed attorney in both Utah, and Texas. Jill founded CoilLaw with a mission to empathize, protect, and advocate for families through high-quality legal representation.

Through hard work, determination, and perseverance, Jill has earned many awards and a reputation for fiercely advocating for her clients and their rights. Jill is a firm believer in giving back to the community through volunteer work. She’s an active participant in the Family Bar Section in both Utah and Texas. Jill is the mother of four children and, when she’s not fighting for the rights of her clients, she loves to watch movies, and visit Disneyland.

Cameron

Cameron grew up in Spanish Fork, Utah. After graduating from Spanish Fork High School, he served an LDS mission in Washington, DC. After his mission, he completed his bachelor’s degree in marketing and communications at Utah Valley State College. Even after graduating college Cameron continues to collect technical certifications, and marketing certifications. 

A believer in giving back to the community, Cameron serves his community by engaging in political and community outreach roles. He is a believer in supporting organizations that are dedicated to creating equal opportunities, and improving the world for all people. When not at work, Cameron enjoys spending time with his daughter and thrill-seeking. The aforementioned includes: fishing, traveling, and motorcycling.