You can try to draft the paperwork yourselves. In Lake County there is a fantastic self help desk in the law library at the courthouse. If that is not going to work for you there are several attorneys who offer a flat rate for an agreed divorce which would allow you to get all the paperwork done just right without needing to spend a ton of money.
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You do not need to have an attorney but you also don't need a plumber and get all the tools from Home Depot. If you want it done correctly and want the assurance that it's done correctly, hire an attorney. Many attorneys will handle a case such as this (where parties agree on all issues) on a flat rate basis. And cars are not necessarily assets they could be debts that need to be equitably divided. Speak to an attorney for a consult. It wouldn't hurt.
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If either or both of you are working, you may have another asset you are not considering that even if you each keep your own, it can require appropriate wording. Do either of you have pension. If so, especially if there is going to be a division to equalize the the property or, if there are joint debts, it would be a good idea to have an attorney.
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no, get the forms, fill them out correctly, set the court dates, testify, do a judgment, have it signed by the judge. done.Ask a similar question
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