Why Use SimpleEnding?

SimpleEnding’s collaborative process has features that no other divorce platform has: users can resolve conflicts and negotiate terms for the divorce within the application. Other divorce platforms require users to sit with their ex and go through a form filler together, or one party can fill it out and the other party can sign it without truly understanding what they’ve agreed to. Not only can SimpleEnding’s collaborative option allows users to review their spouse’s responses and correct the responses within the application, but users can also use the in-application communication to formally resolve disputes.

When users use a basic form-filler to complete their divorce documents, they often write in terms that aren’t enforceable, and don’t hold up in court. In many cases, it’s actually more expensive to have an attorney fix a poorly written decree than it is to just hire an attorney in the first place. This is why it’s important that all divorce decrees use specific legal language to outline the terms of the divorce. SimpleEnding’s application is the first of its kind, using patent-approved technology to generate tailored documents that are enforceable and will not need post-divorce modification.

Did you know that your divorce documents need to use specific legal language? Furthermore, you’re expected to use specific legal language even if you never went to law school. While there are many other do-it-yourself divorce platforms, SimpleEnding is the only one that uses patent-approved technology to generate divorce documents that are the same quality as the divorce documents you’d get from an attorney.

SimpleEnding’s collaborative process allows couples to e-sign their divorce documents from the comfort of their homes. Since our collaborative process gives both parties an account of their own, those who choose the collaborative option will be able to go through the entire divorce process without ever seeing their ex.

While many divorce platforms brag about their low prices, their divorces often end up costing much more than what was advertised thanks to piece-meal pricing. At SimpleEnding, your divorce documents will either cost $398 or $598 depending on whether you choose the collaborative option or unilateral option. There are no additional fees required to generate your divorce documents.

SimpleEnding gives users the education they need in order to make informed decisions about the terms of their divorce. Other online divorce platforms provide little to no information about their individual rights, and the divorce process in general. Those who use SimpleEnding should understand exactly what they’ve agreed to, and how they’ll carry out the terms of the agreement. SimpleEnding’s educational features are thorough and specific: there shouldn’t be any guessing or confusion for SimpleEnding’s users.

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"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 Jolley

Cameron is a man of many talents and passions. He is a marketing and communications professional, and a dedicated community member. He is also a loving father and an avid thrill-seeker. Cameron is an individual who is always striving to learn and grow.

Cameron grew up in Spanish Fork, Utah, where he developed a strong sense of community and a love for the outdoors. Cameron is passionate about using his skills and knowledge to make a difference in the world. He is a strong advocate for equality and opportunity, and he supports organizations that are working to create a better future for all people. Cameron is also actively involved in his community, where he volunteers his time and expertise to various causes.

In his free time, Cameron enjoys spending time with his daughter and pursuing his many hobbies. He is an avid fisherman, traveler, and motorcyclist.