In a divorce, there are a lot of logistics to work through. Every divorce is unique, and with emotions riding high, working with your spouse to end your marriage equitably can be very difficult.
A trial is expensive. The less time you and your spouse can spend in front of a judge, the more money you will save. But mediators and lawyers can also cost a pretty penny.
That’s why more and more people are choosing to use online tools, like BlissDivorce. Choosing an online divorce can help everyone move on with their life after divorce, faster, and with less expense.
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Organized For You
BlissDivorce lets you upload your financial data, debts, and obligations directly from your institutions. Then, we put that information at your fingertips. You can get all the information you need, quickly and easily.
Side by Side Or Apart
There are advantages to being next to your spouse when you are hashing out an agreement. You can talk about what there is to divide. It’s possible to talk through the issues and make decisions together. With BlissDivorce, you can log into a single account and work side by side.
However, that might be the exact thing you are trying to avoid if you and your spouse get heated during those kinds of conversations.
BlissDivorce lets you work at your own pace. The freedom to work independently from your spouse reduces conflict and helps you keep your cool. Feeling upset or overwhelmed? Take a break! All of your information will be there when you get back.
Simplifies The Process
Legal paperwork is the last thing you want to be wrestling with right now. Online tools get you the right forms, walk you through the process of filling them out, and can help you finish them.
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With our online mediation process, you can propose divisions, and your spouse never has to see them. Everything goes to your mediator, instead. After they look at your information, they’ll help you and your spouse reach an agreement.
*This article is for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide legal advice. If you require legal advice, please contact a licensed attorney in your local area.