, LLC, referred to as “ALDIVORCE”, provides online attorney authored document services. ALDIVORCE is designed to provide general, web-based information related to uncontested divorces in the State of Alabama, as well as customized, web-based attorney authored documents related to uncontested divorces in the State of Alabama.

The opinions and content provided on, referred to as “our site”, “the site” or “this site”, are not intended to provide legal or financial advice or recommendations for any particular individual.

ALDIVORCE does not provide legal advice, counsel, or legal representation to viewers or users of the site. ALDIVORCE does provide limited scope representation to its consumers in providing attorney authored documents and compilation of uncontested divorce documents ONLY.  (“Consumer” is defined as any person who purchases services from ALDIVORCE for personal use, is over the age of nineteen (19) years, and a resident of Alabama).

Since the documents the consumer will receive through ALDIVORCE are attorney authored documents, we must comply with Rule 1.2(c) of the Alabama Rules of Professional Conduct. Rule 1.2(c) states: “A lawyer may limit the scope of the representation if the limitation is reasonable under the circumstances and the client gives informed consent.”

By purchasing ALDIVORCE services, the consumer acknowledges and consents to ALDIVORCE providing attorney authored questions and compilation of uncontested divorce documents as the ONLY limited legal service herein provided, which specifically includes Divorce Complaint, Testimony of Plaintiff, Answer, Waiver and Agreement for taking Testimony, Settlement Agreement, Affidavit of Residency, proposed Divorce Decree, and custody/child support forms (if necessary). Furthermore, ALDIVORCE and/or its Parent Company DOES NOT REPRESENT the consumer or advise the consumer in relation to said documents or the divorce. By virtue of providing the limited documents herein, the consumer acknowledges ALDIVORCE’s involvement is solely limited to providing attorney authored documents and compilation of the above stated documents only.

ALDIVORCE asks specific attorney authored questions to gather information from the consumers in order to prepare the uncontested divorce documents required for each consumer. By asking certain questions, ALDIVORCE does not suggest any specific answer to said questions. It is the consumers’ responsibility to provide accurate answers to questions asked by ALDIVORCE. It is imperative that the consumer follow the instructions provided and answer the questions honestly and accurately. Any misstatement or misrepresentation could cause the divorce petition and supporting documents to be rejected by the Clerk or the Court in your jurisdiction. If answers are truthful and the information the consumer provides is accurate, the pleadings and documents are generally acceptable for filing in Courts in the State of Alabama.

At no time does ALDIVORCE and/or its Parent Company review the answers for legal sufficiency, draw legal conclusions, provide legal advice or apply the law to the facts of the particular case. ALDIVORCE provides limited scope representation by providing attorney authored questions and compilation of uncontested divorce documents ONLY. If the consumer has questions relating to a particular matter or needs legal advice bundled with the legal documents, the consumer should contact an independent attorney of their choice.

Once the uncontested divorce documents are drafted and mailed to its consumers, the legal services provided by ALDIVORCE are completed and the limited scope representation has ended. ALDIVORCE does not provide legal services or representation in the actual divorce action or for any other purpose not herein stated.  If the consumer needs legal services beyond what is provided by ALDIVORCE, the consumer should seek the advice of and/or representation by another attorney.

This service is not for everyone.  Legal advice and representation are required in many divorces because of the complexity of the matter, the level of understanding of the person(s) involved, unequal bargaining power of the parties, and for many other reasons.  If there are any doubts as to whether or not these services should be utilized, seek the advice of an attorney.

ALDIVORCE and/or its Parent Company are not responsible for, and expressly disclaim all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on any information contained within this site. While the information contained within this site is periodically updated, no guarantee is given that the information provided on this site is correct, complete, or up-to-date.

When using ALDIVORCE, the consumer may be directed to other third party content and sites that are not part of this site. These external sites are governed by their own terms and conditions of use, and the consumer agrees and recognizes that ALDIVORCE takes no responsibility for the contents of other linked sites, including those provided by the government. These links are provided to the consumer only as a convenience, as aids to assist the consumer in identifying and locating other internet resources that may be of interest to the consumer. The inclusion of any link on this site does not imply recommendation, approval or endorsement of that site by ALDIVORCE, nor does it imply that the linked site recommends, approves of, or endorses ALDIVORCE.

ALDIVORCE is not responsible for any loss, injury, claim, liability or damage related to the consumer’s use of ALDIVORCE or of any site linked to ALDIVORCE.

Nothing in this publication is intended to compare the services of our firm to that of any other lawyer or firm or to imply specialization or certification by any organization not previously approved by the Alabama State Bar Board of Legal Specialization.  The Alabama Rules of Professional Conduct require the following statement:  “No representation is made that the quality of legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.”, LLC, referred to as “ALDIVORCE”, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Rahmati Law Firm, LLC, referred to as “RAHMATI LAW FIRM”, herein sometimes referred to individually or collectively as the “Parent Company”. To the extent the Alabama State Bar Rules require us to designate a principal office, the attorney or law firm responsible for this publication is designated herein as the office of RAHMATI LAW FIRM and RAHMATI LAW FIRM is our principal office.

This Disclaimer was last modified on August 6, 2015.