The First Step: First, you and your spouse will pick an attorney from the list of attorneys on the FastrTrack Divorce website. You will receive a packet of forms to determine the nature and extent of assets, debts and living expenses, and, if you have children, you will receive additional questionnaires about parenting issues. You are expected to complete these forms and provide documents and information promptly and the pace of the process will be set by when they are complete.
The Second Step: The First Four-Way Meeting. At this meeting, you and your spouse will identify agreements and non-agreements and will discuss your interests and negotiate towards the beginning of a settlement.
The Third Step: Mediation with all parties present. Any unresolved issues will be ruled on by an arbitrator.
What does a FastTrack Divorce cost?
$4,000 - $5,000 per party.
Is the FastTrack Divorce process right for you?
FastTrack is right for you if both you and your spouse:
o are ready emotionally, and financially to get the divorce;
o want an economical and streamlined model to work through your divorce;
o want the process to be efficient and timely;
o are able to organize your financial information easily and efficiently;
o have assets that are readily-ascertainable, and no reasonable concerns about fraudulent conduct of the other spouse;
o are responsive and respectful towards a timeline;
o are not in major disagreement surrounding parenting;
o are open to mediation and willing to submit to binding arbitration;
o want to reach an agreement outside of the court system;
o can have respectful conversations regarding your issues with the assistance of an attorney.
FastTrack is probably not a good option for you and your spouse if:
o there are restraining orders in place, or either of you feels the need for restraining
orders or has domestic violence concerns;
o either of you are feel
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