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Indiana Divorce Common Questions

Why do our own Divorce online?

If you and your spouse can come to an agreement on what to do with your property, and any issues regarding children, you can complete your own divorce papers quickly and cost effectively by doing it yourself online.

The DivorceWriter™ fee is just $149.

DivorceWriter is not a law firm and is not designed to be used for all divorces. If you have a "contested" divorce or need legal advice, you should consult an attorney licensed to practice law in Indiana.

What documents do we receive? After you finish the online interview, we will mail you all of the Indiana documents you need to file your divorce — completely filled out and ready to sign. You will receive the following completed documents:
  • Appearance form
  • Indiana Verified Petition for Dissolution of Marriage
  • Agreed Provisional Orders
  • Domestic Relations Case Filing Information
  • Acknowledgment of Service and Consent to Jurisdiction
  • Marital Settlement Agreement
  • Documents Regarding Children* (IN child support worksheet, possession, visitation, health insurance...)
  • Settlement Agreement
  • Waiver of Final Hearing
  • Indiana Decree of Dissolution of Marriage
  • Filing Instructions for your Indiana County

Unlike our competition, we send you multiple copies of your documents so you do not need to waste time and money making copies.

Can you e-mail my documents to me? Yes, as soon as your documents are printed (typically within 24 hours of completing the interview), you can have your documents e-mailed to you from your account. There is no additional charge to have your documents e-mailed to you.
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How long does a Indiana divorce take? The fastest you can complete an uncontested divorce in Indiana is 60 days.  The DivorceWriter documents and instructions allow you to complete your divorce as quickly as possible.
Are court filing fees included with my purchase? No.  Each county in Indiana charges a filing fee when you file your divorce.  The filing fee can vary from county to county, but is usually $132-$142.  If you cannot afford the filing fee, you may be eligible to have the fee waived (your county court clerk can provide details).
Do both of us have to go to Court? No. We provide you a Waiver of Final Hearing document. Since your case is uncontested you don't need to have to go in front of a judge in Indiana. You both sign the documents and one of you files the paperwork with the clerk at the court (your county court location and contact information included in your filing instructions).
How long can we take to complete the online interview? You can take as long as you need to complete the online interview.  With your divorce purchase you are given a password protected account allowing you to access it at any time.  When you have completed the online interview to your 100%, select the "Submit for Printing" button.
Can I make changes after receiving the printed documents? Yes. If you entered something incorrectly, or your circumstances have changed requiring updates to your documents, you can make the changes from your account and we will reprint your documents at no additional charge (We provide one free reprinting of documents, but you can have your updated documents e-mailed to you as many times as you need at no charge).
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What is the process for filing our Indiana Divorce?

Note: The general instructions presented here are for informational purposes only. You will receive detailed and easy-to-follow guidelines for filing your Indiana divorce with your purchase.

STEP 1: Filing Your Petition

Review and sign the documents.

  • Bring the Filing Fee AND three signed copies of your Indiana Petition for Divorce to the Clerk's office.
  • The Clerk will keep one copy of your Petition and will “file stamp” your other two copies showing the date and time you filed your petition.

STEP 2: Acknowledgment of Service

You are filing an uncontested divorce, where both you and your spouse agree to the terms of the divorce. In a contested case, your spouse (the Respondent) would typically be served a copy of the petition by a sheriff. In your uncontested case, you do not need to pay extra to have a sheriff to serve the papers. Instead, you can notify your spouse by mail.

…Wait 60 days (from date Petition filed)

STEP 3 : Finalizing Your Divorce

  • File the Settlement Agreement, Waiver of Final Hearing, and Decree of Dissolution with the clerk.
  • Within 7 days the court will mail a copy of the Decree of Dissolution with the judge's signature.
Once your Decree is signed, your divorce is final.


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Why use DivorceWriter™ to prepare our Divorce?
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