Divorce Without Court in Seattle, Olympia & Tacoma

What is Divorce Without Court

Divorce without court is exactly what it sounds like. There are ways to divorce without ever setting foot in a courtroom. Typically you’ll choose from one of three options: 1) collaborative divorce, 2) mediation, or 3) uncontested divorce.

During your first meeting, we’ll find the divorce option best suited to your family’s needs. The next step is to begin working on the agreement. This may be done in a group, one on one with your lawyer, or at home between you and your spouse. Once we’ve reached an agreement we’ll draft the documents and file the paperwork. Often we file by mail, which means you never have to set foot in a courtroom.

During divorce people lose sleep over three things: who will the judge believe, what will I pay and will my personal life be exposed in public. Divorcing without court solves those issues. You determine what’s best for your family, your costs are predictable and the process is private.

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Benefits of Divorce Without Court

A divorce without court allows you to choose from low conflict, private, and cost controlled processes that are out of the ordinary in most cases. We focus on three court free options, which are shown below.

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Collaborative Divorce
Both spouses hire an attorney and negotiate in a private setting with the help of neutral experts.
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Divorce Mediation
Reach an agreement with your spouse and work with your lawyer to prepare the paperwork.
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Uncontested Divorce
Reach an agreement with your spouse and work with your lawyer to prepare the paperwork.
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