If you want a divorce and you and your spouse have no children and no property together, then you may want to consider getting a simple divorce (aka summary divorce, summary dissolution). A simple divorce is the cheapest type of divorce and also the quickest to complete.
Each state’s laws may have slightly varying requirements for a married couple’s eligibility for a summary divorce, but they usually include some version of the following conditions:
Benefits of a simple divorce compared to a traditional divorce:
Check with your specific state's laws to find out more if you're interested in seeing whether you can get a simple/summary divorce. If a simple divorce isn't appropriate for your situation, then you may want to check out information on uncontested divorce or contested divorce.
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