Cases Without Children
Complete Your Case In 3 Easy Steps
Complete the simple questionnaire below and press the “submit” button. You’ll receive your own personalized paperwork in approximately 1 to 3 days [excluding weekends and holidays] via email*
You and your spouse sign and mail the documents back to us. We’ll take care of filing them with the court for you.
3. Final Decree
90 days after we file, you’ll receive your final Decree in the mail from the court – you won’t even need to go to court! **It’s that easy
*Your paperwork will come with easy-to-follow instructions to guide you through signing the papers.
**If you live in El Paso County, unfortunately, they require you to attend one brief “orientation” meeting at the courthouse soon after the case is filed, sorry.
Be sure to FULLY answer all the questions that apply. When you’re finished, hit the “submit” button. Your information is transmitted over a SECURE [ssl] server that encrypts it for your protection.
The above fees exclude the court filing fee – presently $230. If you opt to have us file your case for you, we will collect the filing fee from you later when you return your signed paperwork to us for filing. The fees are based upon you submitting your information using our secure online questionnaire and taking delivery of your documents via email.
Mr. Calder is providing unbundled document preparation services only and does not represent either party. It is your responsibility to obtain independent legal advice if you have any questions about the substantive law or your rights. This process is intended for simple cases only and is not suitable for individual legal representation in appropriate cases. The fees are “flat fees,” not time-based, so they will not be higher than stated unless you request additional services or changes to the paperwork after it is completed, in which cases, a modest revision fee will apply. Fees are considered earned and non-refundable once your paperwork has been prepared regardless of reconciliation of the parties, a party’s refusal to sign the papers, or abandonment of the case.
If Wife is having her former name restored, it will be necessary for her to have the final Decree certified by the clerk of the court after the case is concluded. That must be done by Wife in person or by mail and there is a modest fee charged by the clerk. We do not do that.
It is the parties’ responsibility to prepare, sign, and record any real estate deeds. Likewise, any car titles. We do not do deeds or car titles unless special arrangements are made in advance for additional cost.