Is an attorney necessary?
An attorney is not required in simplified divorces. If you have any legal questions, you should consult with an attorney before seeking a simplified divorce.

If you do not know an attorney, you should contact the Lawyer Referral Service listed in the yellow pages of the local telephone directory. If you are unable to afford an attorney, you should contact the legal aid office in your area or ask your local bar association for a referral.

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1. What is a simplified divorce?
2. What are the requirements for a simplified divorce?
3. Where do we file for a simplified divorce?
4. What should we bring with us when filing for simplified divorce?
5. Is an attorney necessary?
6. What is the cost for filing a simplified divorce?
7. How long will it take for the divorce to become final?
8. Can we change our minds after we have filed for a simplified divorce?
9. Do we have to file for a divorce in the county where we reside?
10. Where do we obtain the Simplified Dissolution forms?