Easy online divorce

Easy online divorce from EasyDivorces.co.za

By: EasyDivorces.co.za  04-28-2012
Keywords: divorce lawyer, Online Divorce, amicable divorce

Step 1 Answer a few questions to confirm whether you will be able qualify for our online process and attend to your own divorce. If not, we will be happy to refer you to one of our attorneys for further assistance. Step 2 If you meet the requirements of Step 1, you will be directed to our online form. The form needs to be completed accurately, in order for us to prepare your documentation. This step should take approximately 25 minutes. Step 3 Once you have completed and submitted the forms, you will be directed to our payment page. We presently accept the following forms of payment: • EFT; or • Direct Deposit. Please note that we do not accept cheque deposits. Step 4 Upon receipt of your payment, we will prepare your documentation, which includes the following: • Summons; • Particulars of claim; • Consent Paper; • Form Annexure A (if there are minor children); • Divorce Statistics Form; and • A Step-by-step Easy Guide to get your divorce finalised. The above documents will be emailed to you to peruse and print. Step 5 Once you have printed the documents, you will need to sign the Summons and Particulars of Claim, and both parties will need to sign the Consent Paper. The next steps are summarised below. Further detail is provided in our Step-by-step Easy Guide. IF THERE ARE MINOR CHILDREN: Also print and sign Annexure A and attach all reports (as required in Annexure A). Make 3 additional copies of the set of documents Attend the Clerk or Registrar at the relevant court to issue the summons. Deliver one set of the documents to your local Family Advocate. Please note that the Family Advocate is a free service. They will peruse your documents and endorse the documents or furnish you with a letter to confirm that they are satisfied that the order sought is in the best interest of the children. Attend the sheriff (where the Defendant resides) to serve the documents on Defendant personally. Once the documents are served, the Sheriff will return the documents and the Return of Service. As your case is uncontested, the Defendant will not defend the matter. Ten court days after service (excluding week-ends and public holidays), attend the Clerk or Registrar to set the matter down for hearing. On the date for the hearing of the matter, arrive at court at 09h00. Your case will be called up for hearing. Once satisfied, the court will grant your Decree of Divorce. Visit the Clerk or Registrar to confirm when the written Decree of Divorce will be available for collection. IF THERE ARE NO MINOR CHILDREN Make 2 additional copies of the documents. Attend the Clerk or Registrar at the relevant court to issue the summons. Attend the sheriff (where the Defendant resides) to serve the documents on Defendant. Once the documents are served, the Sheriff will return the documents together with his Return of Service. As your case is uncontested, the Defendant will not defend the matter. Ten court days after service (excluding week-ends and public holidays), attend the Clerk or Registrar to set the matter down for hearing. On the date for the hearing of the matter, arrive at court at 09h00. Your case will be called up for hearing. Once satisfied, the court will grant your Decree of Divorce. Visit the Clerk or Registrar to confirm when the written Decree of Divorce will be available for collection.

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