If you’re considering divorce, you may be wondering whether or not the online divorce process is for you. In the past, people with children, complicated marital estates, and long-term marriages have not wanted to go the do-it-yourself route for divorce. SimpleEnding has changed things. Now, even those with children, complicated marital estates, and long-term marriages can get a divorce using an online platform to generate professional documents tailored to their circumstances. In most cases, SimpleEnding makes more sense than using an attorney for your divorce. 

You Have No Children

SimpleEnding was designed to work for most people in most situations, even situations with children. However, if you don’t have children, your divorce will be even more simple than the divorces with children. If you don’t have children, you automatically don’t have to worry about coming up with a parenting plan that’s in your child’s best interest, and you don’t have to worry about collecting child support. Furthermore, you won’t have to worry about any disputes resulting from parenting differences. Custody-related issues are some of the most disputed issues in a divorce. If you don’t have children, it’s more likely that you’ll be able to resolve all of your issues without going to court, or even needing to hire an attorney.

You Don’t Have a Complex Marital Estate

If you have a complex marital estate it may be a good idea to at the very least consult with an attorney before proceeding with a do-it-yourself divorce. SimpleEnding was made to handle your average divorce. So even if you’ve got a home, SimpleEnding is a good choice for you. However, if you’ve got multiple properties, rentals, or other complicated investments, you may want to consider seeking legal advice from an attorney since SimpleEnding cannot offer you legal advice. This is especially true if there’s disputes regarding the division of your assets. But if you don’t have a complicated marital estate or there isn’t any dispute over how such assets are being divided, SimpleEnding will be able to save you both time and money.

You Can Work with Your Ex

If you can work with your ex, SimpleEnding is a good option for you. SimpleEnding offers couples a collaborative experience where they can work together to collaborate on the terms of the divorce. SimpleEnding takes the spouse to initiate the divorce process through a questionnaire. Once they’ve responded to all the questions, the other spouse can review those responses, comment on them, and/or request the responses be changed. If you are not able to do this with your ex, there may be too much conflict for SimpleEnding. Using an attorney in high-conflict situations can help you ensure that your rights are protected, and if necessary, those orders are put in place to protect you.

You Don’t Need Additional Protection

If you need additional protection, either because you’re in a domestic violence situation, or you have concerns about your ex financially taking advantage of you during divorce, it may be a good idea to at least consult with an attorney. If you and your ex are on good terms, and you feel confident that you can work together on a divorce that’s fair and protects each party, it may be a good idea to give SimpleEnding a try. Even if you aren’t quite able to agree on everything, you’ll still save time and money by using SimpleEnding.

Getting a Divorce with SimpleEnding

SimpleEnding has revolutionized amicable divorces for couples who want to get divorce but cannot afford an attorney that they don’t actually need in the first place. SimpleEnding generates tailored divorce documents by using your responses to the questionnaire. Assuming you and your spouse can work together and come to an agreement, you may be able to download your ready-to-file divorce documents within hours.