Socially Distancing?” Fair Divorce Online® Requires No Office Visit
SAN DIEGO, CA (April 29, 2020)—Before social distancing was the norm, we could get numerous needs met online. Groceries, Pet Food, Healthy Meals to Prepare, Restaurant Delivery and now Divorce. With the launch of www.fairdivorceonline.com, a spin-off from the highly successful face-to-face mediation service, Fair Way Mediation Center, divorce can be resolved online.
Fair Divorce Online® was developed by expert divorce mediators who ascertained that many folks could get through the divorce process without lengthy office consultations. With divorce professionals representing years of experience providing support and service to divorcing couples, Fair Divorce Online founders work to achieve stress free divorces for traditional marriages, military marriages and the LGBTQ community.
Divorce is never easy. Yet, the process at Fair Divorce Online is simple and secure. What separates the Fair Divorce method from do-it-yourself processes is guidance from a divorce professional should the parties need some direction. The divorce service electronically gathers pertinent information, ensures that all legal requirements are met, reviews the documents and creates a Marital Settlement Agreement that can be submitted to the court along with the court required documents. Setting them apart from DIY divorce services staffed by AI robots just calculating figures, the FDO team are human beings who consider certain stipulations that might affect the divorce, settlement and the well-being of the family. Some of these nuances may include child support, retirement accounts, and health insurance.
Experts in asset division, spousal and child support, property division, debt repayment, retirement distribution, life insurance benefits, medical insurance and education costs, Fair Divorce founders have years of experience providing support and service to divorcing couples. They work with traditional marriages, military marriages and the LGBTQ community.
The new entity is headquartered in San Diego and is positioned to help any couple as long as one of the parties is a resident of California.
For those who find themselves in a position that doesn’t lend itself to the online process (lots of assets, child custody complications and many questions) go to www.afairway.com. For those looking to streamline the divorce process, go to Fair Divorce Online.