It is no surprise that not all marriage work out in the end. Even though we may want to spend the rest of our lives with someone when we decide to marry them, things often happen that cause this to change. When that happens you may need to file for divorce?
Filing for a divorce is not fun and contrary to what many people believe it can also end up being very expensive. This is especially true if you are going to be hiring an attorney to help you with the process. What you really need to realize is that you can do this without an attorney at your side. You just need to know a few things.
One of the main things that you need to remember is the fact that you need to be able to complete paperwork that will outline the way that some things will be divided when the divorce is finalized. This would include property, money and even personal belongings that were accumulated during the marriage. If you are able to make a decision on how these things will be divided then it will need to be put down on paper and then served to the other party. If they agree they will simple need to sign the papers in front of a notary.
As you can see, this is something that can be done without a lawyer present. It is often even easier to do all of this if you and your soon to be ex-spouse actually agrees on the way that things will be divided. Now, you do need to realize that you might need to fill out some additional paperwork if there are children involved. This paperwork will outline some very important things related to visitation and matters such as this. But, you can simply contact the local courthouse to determine what would need to be signed and completed in situations like this so that you do not need to hire an attorney for this either.