Five Easy Steps
- Determine your eligibility.
- Register to start your divorce.
- Complete our questionnaire.
- Submit your agreement.
- We’ll handle the rest.
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1 Determine Eligibility
Answer six simple questions to determine if Break the Knot™ is the best solution for you.
2 Sign Up
Register for your online account and invite your spouse to join. When both parties work together, our process works best.
3 Complete Questionnaire
Gather basic financial information to help you and your spouse identify and organize assets and debts, property, and child custody and co-parenting if applicable.
4 Submit agreement
After you and your spouse have identified assets and debts and have determined equitable division, submit your finished questionnaire to your secure online portal.
5 We'll handle the rest
We process all of the forms required by the court from your completed questionnaire and file with the court. You move on with your life.
Spouses that work collectively to negotiate their marital agreement will have a much more successful uncontested divorce. Our process helps facilitate the process and supports you to end your marriage in a less stressful way, all from your computer without involving attorneys or unnecessary court visits.
In an uncontested divorce, both spouses agree on the terms of the divorce. They do not need the court to divide assets or decide spousal or child support or custody. Our initial questionnaire will help identify assets, debts, income, expenses, and child custody and co-parenting agreements if you and your spouse have children.
Uncontested divorces usually require less time and are considerably cheaper than a traditional divorce, which can average $30,000 in Michigan.
We offer an easy flat-rate fee for your uncontested divorce. If you and your spouse do not have children, your total cost is $1,500. If you do have children, your total cost is $2,500. Need additional services and help? No problem, we offer an a la carte menu of assistance when you need it. Our certified mediators can help you reach equitable agreements with your spouse if you both get stuck and can’t come to terms.
It’s that simple.
The First Step
Pour yourself a glass of wine, or grab your favorite pint of ice cream and take the first step toward moving forward.