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The DIVORCE SERVICE Provides Premium Divorce Document Preparation that handles all aspects of your divorce.

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Divorce Service

Our Goal is to Provide Superior Service that is Fast, Easy & Affordable

THE DIVORCE SERVICE is an easy and affordable solution to obtain a fast, hassle free divorce. We provide superior customer service to our clients in preparing divorce documents for filing as a Pro Se Litigant. Our staff consists of experienced dedicated professionals who accurately prepare all necessary matrimonial paperwork to be readily filed with your County Clerk’s office. Our documents consist of the most up-to-date forms as per the Superior Court of New Jersey, which address the complex problems of all divorces including children, marital property and or debt.

The DIVORCE SERVICE handles divorces that DO NOT REQUIRE your SPOUSE SIGNATURE. If you are having difficulties where your spouse is refusing to sign or cannot be located or you simple wish to no longer rely on your spouse to sign your divorce, you divorce can still be granted and finalized by the Judge. Please call our office and receive free information on how to obtain your divorce.

You should no longer carry the burden of unnecessary divorce attorney fees and their long extended process, therefore, our service will provide you with an easy solution allowing you to just SIGN and FILE your documents with Court and eliminating the stress of how to prepare the dozens of documents that are required, Let us handle the hard part. Unlike many other services, you will be assigned a caseworker to provide assistance and support during your divorce process. Your caseworker will provide you with all of their contact information prior to your appoint and during your initiation process. Phone, email and text messaging will be available to you as a point of contact.

Legal documents are just half of what it takes to obtain a divorce, and filing them is another, therefore the process must be done correctly and accurately to avoid delays, dismissals and possible denials of your case.

Once you have signed and filed your divorce documents you will receive a court date from the Superior Court. The Judge then will stamp and seal your divorce and finalize it.

Standard Divorce may take 4-8 weeks from the time you file

Residency Requirements

To file for a divorce in New Jersey State, either you and or your spouse must have been a resident of the State for at least one year before filing the action.

Grounds for Filing a Divorce

New Jersey State requires a Complaint for Divorce that declares an appropriate ground of reasons why the action for divorce is taking place. You must select one applicable reason that applies to your situation.

Any of the following grounds may be used for divorce in New Jersey.

Irreconcilable Differences:

Irreconcilable Differences which have caused the breakdown of the marriage for a period of six months and which make it appear that the marriage should be dissolved and that there is no reasonable prospect of reconciliation. Based on this divorce ground, no separation time is required to file for divorce.

No-Fault/Separation of 18 Months:

You and your spouse have been living separately for a period of 18 months or more without any reasonable prospect of reconciliation.

Desertion/Abandonment:

Your spouse has left and been gone for a period of 12 months. He/She has deserted you. Spouse refused to allow you into your residence for a period of 12 months.

Extreme Cruelty:

Physical and or Mental abuse that makes it improper, impossible or unreasonable to expect the individual to cohabitate with their spouse.

Addiction:

Addiction involves a dependence on a narcotic or other controlled, dangerous substance or habitual drunkenness for a period of twelve or more consecutive months immediately preceding the filing of the complaint.

Institutionalization:

When one spouse has been institutionalized for mental illness for a period of twelve or more consecutive months after the marriage and preceding the filing of the complaint.

Imprisonment:

Imprisonment as a ground for divorce occurs when a spouse has been imprisoned for eighteen or more months after the marriage.

Expedited Services

Cant Wait to file in Court? No problem, we can Help!
We offer the following expedited services to allow you to file your case quicker than our standard preparation service.

  • NEXT DAY RUSH SERVICE (documents are prepared in 24 hours)
  • 1 WEEK SERVICE (documents are prepared in 7 days)

By expediting your divorce documents, you can obtain a Docket No. from Court within days after filing therefore allowing you to serve your spouse much sooner with their divorce documents.

Call Today or E-Mail to Schedule Your Appointment

800-330-5939

Business Hours

Monday - Friday: 09 AM - 09 PM
Saturday - Sunday: 09 AM - 02 PM

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