Frequently asked Questions

Here you can find answers to many of your questions.

Pricing Plan

This allows you the opportunity to go through all of the issues involved in your divorce and lay out the information and terms of the divorce. Once you’ve done that, your spouse will have the opportunity to review your responses to the questionnaire and propose changes. This facilitates communication and cooperation in amicably agreeing to these terms. Once you both have agreed on the responses and terms outlined in the questionnaire, you’re ready to move forward with the divorce process.

If you and your spouse come to an agreement on the information in the questionnaire you’re ready to move forward. This triggers the second payment of $695.

The second payment provides you access to custom-tailored documents that reflect the information gathered in the questionnaire. You and your spouse will review these documents to ensure they reflect the information provided in the agreed-upon responses to the questionnaire. This package of documents includes the documents needed to complete your divorce.* Once you have both reviewed, approved, and signed the documents, they can be downloaded and submitted to the court consistent with the detailed instructions provided with them. The documents come with the divorce guarantee. This means that SimpleEnding guarantees that the court will accept the documents provided to finalize your divorce. If the court rejects the documents, SimpleEnding will correct the documents to meet the court’s requirements.

Getting Started

If you’re unable to come to an agreement on the responses to the questionnaire with your spouse, you will not be able to resolve your divorce with our service. Despite that, you still receive benefit from that initial investment of $295. Going through the questionnaire will provide you with information about the divorce process and the issues that need to be addressed. This will help you better communicate with and limit time spent with counsel should you need to retain an attorney. It will also help you identify the documents and information necessary to complete your divorce. Finally, it’ll help you understand what issues are preventing resolution of your divorce between you and your spouse. This will be beneficial to any attorney you hire to help resolve your divorce.

Attempting to resolve your divorce through the use of SimpleEnding provides you and your spouse the opportunity to come to an agreement on the terms of your divorce without attorneys and obtain professional quality documents for a fraction of the cost of a divorce with attorneys. The cost of attempting to resolve your divorce is less than a consultation with a reputable attorney. Even if it’s not successful, there are several benefits to attempting to resolve your divorce through our service.

Our service will work for most situations. There are some situations where it may be best to seek out legal counsel. Even if you use our service, we do not discourage anyone from seeking advice from counsel to ensure they are making good decisions. More complex divorce cases may require additional advice and assistance from counsel. For example, cases where there is a disabled party or child, there is domestic abuse, or there are complex assets. In those cases, our service may work, but we encourage you to seek out legal advice to address these types of situations and how they may affect your divorce.

About US

This is a service that was designed specifically for the user at home to be able to gather the necessary information and make educated decisions regarding their divorce without spending thousands of dollars on an attorney. The interface was made with the user in mind, so that the questions are easy to understand. Any information necessary to understand the questions and their answers is available within the questionnaire and easy to reference. Upon completion of the questionnaire, the user should have the knowledge and information to understand the language contained in the tailor made documents based upon the information and answers provided in the questionnaire.

SimpleEnding was created by attorney Jill Coil. After years of practice in family law, she recognized the need for a service that will both inform users and assist them in making good and educated decisions regarding their divorce when they choose not to obtain an attorney or cannot afford to do so. The other services available will help users create documents that often contain provisions that are not advisable or were well-meaning, but the user did not consider the consequence or outcome of that provision. This led Jill to assemble a team of professionals to develop a service to resolve these issues and allows users to invest a fraction of the cost of hiring an attorney to ensure they have the information and ability to work amicably with their spouse to obtain professional quality documents to complete their divorce.

"SimpleEnding is currently available for divorces in the following states: Utah .

SimpleEnding is working on making this service available to the remaining states in the United States of America.”

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.



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 was raised in an Air Force family and spent most of his early years in Spokane, Washington. Luke earned a bachelor’s degree in business management prior to receiving his juris doctorate from Michigan State University College of Law.

Luke was admitted into the Arizona State Bar in 2013. Shortly thereafter, in 2015, Luke joined the Utah State Bar and joined CoilLaw. He committed himself to zealously advocating and working diligently to obtain favorable outcomes for his clients. In 2022 he stepped away from active litigation and moved to Texas where he was admitted to practice law and assists Jill in developing SimpleEnding and CoilLaw.

Luke is married and has two energetic boys. When he’s not advocating for clients or working on SimpleEnding he enjoys spending time with his family, watching a good show, watching Michigan State University athletics, and travelling.

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 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.