When you say 'no child support involved', are there any children? If there are children, there must be a support provision for them in any agreement, almost always.
What you are looking to do is file a joint petition for divorce in the Bristol Probate & Family Court. If everything is all agreed and yoou only need it written up, there are many of us here on Avvo that can get that done for you. In addition to the petition, you will also need a certified copy of your marriage certificate to get it filed and a few other probate forms. You will both need complete financial statements too, as well as the agreement that reflects how everything was divided or provided for. If there are no children, no real estate, and the marriage is less than 7 years it should be easy to do. Some probate Courts will allow you to file the petition and be heard if all parties are present the same day on a walk in/time available basis. You may want to call Bristol probate and see how they handle or expedite Joint Petitions, or have the lawyer that does the paperwork manage that for you. Good luck!
Lissa McKinney is licensed to practice law in Massachusetts. This post is provided for general informational purposes and no attorney client relationship is established. General information is not a substitute for the advice of an attorney specific to your case, facts,location and Court.
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