What is a Cheap Arkansas Uncontested Divorce?Uncontested Divorce simply means that you and your spouse agree on all of the terms for your divorce. This may include child custody and parenting obligations (if you have minor children). If you and your spouse agree on the terms for your divorce, it also means that you can save ALOT of time and money by filing your own divorce papers. By using our service, you can file and finalize your Arkansas uncontested divorce quickly, and WITHOUT the high cost of an attorney. Your Arkansas divorce documents are prepared using the latest court forms for your County and State, and are back by a Full Money Back Guarantee for court acceptance. We have THOUSANDS of satisfied customers! For reviews by Real customers, please visit our Facebook Business page! To get started online, click the start button below. To speak with a divorce specialist and start your divorce papers by phone, click the call button below.
What if my spouse resides in a different city or State?In Arkansas, your spouse can sign a WAIVER which allows you to file and finalize your divorce in your County of residence quickly, and without your spouse having to appear in Court. You can simply mail the Waiver to your spouse to sign and mail back to you. If your spouse resides in another city or State and you want to file a "Waiver Divorce," simply click to Start button below to start online or by phone.
What if I cannot locate my spouse?If you do not know the location of your spouse, or if your spouse is avoiding you so that you cannot serve him/her with a divorce; or if your spouse is a fugitive and has warrants out for his/her arrest, you may file a "Publication Divorce." In a Publication Divorce, your spouse is legally served by publishing a legal notice in your local newspaper. Depending on the state you live in, this process can take anywhere from 45-90 days to finalize your divorce. By using this method of service, you may file and finalize your divorce in 45-90 days, without your spouse's signature. Ask us about the publication Divorce Process in Arkansas. To start the publication divorce using our service, you must complete your questionnaire with a real person by clicking on the call button below.
What if my Spouse is incarcerated?If your spouse is incarcerated in jail, or is serving a prison sentence, you may be able to finalize your divorce without your spouse's signature. Better known as the "default divorce" or "service divorce," you may have your spouse served with a Summons instead of sending him/her papers to sign. if your spouse does dot contest the divorce in writing or though an attorney within 20-30 days, your divorce may be finalized "by default" and without your spouse's signature. Contact us today to see if you qualify for the service divorce.