California Uncontested Flat Fee Divorce Service

Filing for divorce is not an easy decision. From deciding child custody to dividing the marital home, you will experience many emotions when going through a divorce. San Diego Esquire is here to guide you through the process. We provide flat fee uncontested divorce services to pro se litigants. We provide affordable default and uncontested divorce solutions to California residents.

Our flat fee uncontested divorce service starts at $1500.  You are responsible for paying court filling fees (the $1500 fee includes process server fees).  Sign up today to get started.  Read on to learn more about how we can help you.

Steps to Complete California Uncontested Divorce

Uncontested Divorce Service Fees

Uncontested Divorce

$1500Flat Fee
  • $500 To Get Started
  • Legal Document Preparation
  • Marital Settlement Agreement
  • Pay As You Go Payment Plan

Uncontested Divorce w/Children

$1800Flat Fee
  • $500 To Get Started
  • Legal Document Preparation
  • Marital Settlement Agreement
  • Child Support & Spousal Support Calculation

California Uncontested Divorce Services

An uncontested divorce occurs when both spouses have reached an agreement on divorce issues such as child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, retirement division, and community property assets and debts distributions. Despite common beliefs, not all divorces result in year-long court battles. Most divorces can be resolved in as little as one year.

How Do I File an Uncontested Divorce?

You must meet California residency requirements to file an uncontested divorce. Either spouse must have lived in California for the last six months before the divorce petition is filed. In addition, one spouse must have lived at minimum three months in the county in which he/she plans to file for divorce during this time.

The first stage of an uncontested divorce involves the petitioner filling a Petition for Dissolution. The respondent may choose to respond to the petition. Next, the petitioner must provide the respondent with financial disclosures. To complete the divorce, documents pertaining to the final judgment must be completed and filed with the court.

How Long Does an Uncontested Divorce Take?

Most uncontested divorces take less than one year to resolve. There is a mandatory six month waiting period from the date the respondent is served in which marital status can be terminated. Financial disclosures can take up to two months to complete depending on each party’s net worth. It is rare for uncontested divorces to take longer than one year to finalize.

Do I Need an Attorney to File an Uncontested Divorce?

No. Pro se litigants can complete the uncontested divorce process without an attorney. However, if you would like to ensure your documents are properly completed and issues are resolved in a timely manner, hire a California uncontested divorce lawyer.

Benefits of an Uncontested Divorce

A primary benefit of an uncontested divorce is saving thousands of dollars in attorney fees. Uncontested divorces often include lowered court costs, expert witness expenses, and attorney fees. Uncontested divorces are resolved quickly and allow each spouse to maintain control over the divorce instead of a judge.

California Uncontested Divorce Service

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