Divorce Document Preparation Services

[ NOTE: The below divorce document preparation services are strictly for divorces in Rhode Island.  For divorces in other states, please visit:   MyDivorcePapers ]

We strongly recommend that you retain the services of our firm to represent you in your divorce.  However, we understand that not everyone can afford to retain an attorney, but nevertheless must file for divorce or answer a divorce complaint.

We provide document preparation services for people filing for divorce and for those who have been served with divorce papers and need to respond.  We can also prepare a divorce hearing checklist to help you present to the court the facts they need to grant a divorce and can also prepare the Interlocutory and Final Decree.

Option 1.  If would like to file for divorce,  select the “Documents to Start the Divorce” package.   We will reply to you with two forms that you need to fill out for us so that we may prepare ALL of the documents you need to institute a divorce.  We will also provide you with an instruction sheet telling you how and where to file and serve the documents and how many copies you will need of each document.

Option 2. If you have been served with a divorce and need to respond, select the “Documents to Answer a Divorce.”  We will reply to you with two forms that you need to fill out for us so that we may prepare ALL of the documents you need to answer the divorce and file a counterclaim if you wish.  We will also provide you with an instruction sheet telling you how and where to file and serve the documents and how many copies you will need of each document.

Option 3. If you would like assistance with the Uncontested Divorce Hearing, we will provide you with a checklist of facts you need to present to the court in order to obtain a divorce.  The court must hear certain jurisdictional facts as well as facts about your divorce agreement in order to grant you a divorce under the terms of your agreement.

Option 4.  Once you have your divorce hearing you need to file an Interlocutory Decree and then a Final Decree.  If you select this option we will reply to you with a form that you need to fill out for us so that we may prepare the Interlocutory and Final Decrees.  We will also provide you with an instruction sheet telling you how and when you need to file and serve the decrees.


Divorce Document Preparation