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Uncontested Online Divorce Options

With & Without Children

5 easy requirements

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Divorce is never easy, but it can be quick and affordable if you and your spouse can agree on ALL issues relating to your divorce. With your uncontested online ALdivorce package, you can securely and legally end your marriage without incurring significant legal fees.

After completing our secure, user-friendly, online interview, you’ll receive ready-to-file, attorney authored and reviewed, Alabama divorce documents. Each ALdivorce package is customized to your unique individual case, including: your county, your children, your income, your assets and debts. From the Petition to the Decree, everything you’ll need to finalize your uncontested divorce is included. It’s that simple.


    Fast process with accurate, attorney-reviewed documents


    Easy-to-complete, secure, online interview with step-by-step instructions


    Fraction of the cost of traditional legal fees

Five Easy Steps to Divorce


Agree on all Divorce-Related Issues

In order to file an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse will need to come to an agreement on ALL divorce-related issues, such as:

  • Division of assets and debts
  • Determination of custody, visitation schedule and support of any minor children
  • Spousal support (if any)


Gather Necessary Documents and Complete the Online Interview

ALdivorce will assist you in the preparation of your divorce documents by using the answers you supply throughout your online interview. You’ll be provided with a list of items and information that you might find helpful when answering the interview questions.


Print, Review, Sign and Notarize the Documents

Once you have received and printed your ALdivorce.com uncontested divorce package, you and your spouse will need to review the documents, sign them as required, and have appropriate documents notarized by a Notary Public where indicated.


File Your Documents with the Court and Pay Applicable Filing Fees

With the documents signed and notarized, you will file all of your documents at the courthouse in the county of the petitioner’s residence. You will be provided with detailed, easy-to-follow instructions when you print your ALdivorce uncontested divorce package.


Final Judgment of Divorce is Entered

The last step in this process is when the final judgment of divorce is entered by the Court. Please keep in mind however, if there are minor children involved the COURT MAY REQUIRE both parents to attend and complete the ‘Children Coping With Divorce’ program before issuing a final order of divorce in your case.  THIS MAY BE MANDATORY DEPENDING ON THE COUNTY OF RESIDENCE.

Do I Meet the Requirements?

You can use ALdivorce to assist you with your uncontested divorce, so long as you and your spouse meet ALL of the following requirements:

    • Both you and your spouse must be at least 19 years of age
    • Either one, or both, of you must have been a resident of the State of Alabama for six consecutive months prior to your filing for divorce
    • Either one, or both, of you must currently reside in the county you are filing in OR if neither of you currently resides in that county, you and your spouse must have lived in that county at the time of your separation
    • You and your spouse must agree on ALL divorce-related issues
    • You and your spouse must agree to a “no fault” divorce



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Complete the Online Interview.


Print & Sign Your Documents.


File your documents with the Local Court.

It’s that simple.

  1. Complete the Online Interview:

Once you purchase your ALdivorce package, you will be provided with a link to our simple online interview which will begin the divorce process.

We will provide you with a complete list of documents you may need to assist you in answering your interview questions. If you wish, you can review our step-by-step instructions and legal explanations when answering questions.

Once you submit your interview, our attorneys will prepare and review each of your divorce documents by using the answers you supply. Best of all, you don’t have to feel rushed! Though the average interview can typically be completed in 30 minutes or less, you don’t have to answer every question at one time. Your unique login will provide you with 24/7 private access to your interview so that you can finish at your convenience.

  1. Print & Sign Your Documents:

Once our attorneys have reviewed your documents, you will have access to your complete ALdivorce package online. You can print the forms right from your own printer, sign and have them notarized as needed. When you’re ready to file the documents with the Court, you will use the simple filing instructions which will accompany your completed ALdivorce.com package.

Please keep in mind, if there are minor children involved the COURT MAY REQUIRE both parents to attend and complete parenting seminar before issuing a final order of divorce in your case. THIS MAY BE MANDATORY DEPENDING ON THE COUNTY OF RESIDENCE. You will be provided with this information in your ALDivorce package; however, you can contact your County Clerk’s office to inquire about your specific county by clicking here.

  1. File Your Documents with the Local Court:

Take your completed documents to the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in the county where you’re filing. There is a 30-day waiting period in the State of Alabama. That means that the Court cannot issue a final order granting your divorce until at least 30 days have passed from the date the complaint was filed with the Court.

Helpful Resources

Rule 32:

These guidelines provide an adequate standard of support for children read more

Rule 32:1 :

Adopted on July 1, 1998, this rule applies to all filings made on or after this date read more


Contact Us

If you encounter a problem while using our services, we are always here to help you answer questions relating to our processes and software. For customer support, fill out the form below.

ALdivorce employees cannot provide you with legal advice. Generally speaking, this means that we cannot advise you on what you should do in your specific situation; however, if you find that you require legal advice, you should contact an attorney to address the specific needs of your case.

For your convenience we have also provided helpful local and state law resource links on our Home Page. You can access them by clicking here.

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