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Yes, you will receive your final decree of divorce as in any other court in the world.
Nothing. When or if you apply to remarry, or otherwise have to show proof that you are divorced, you may be asked to show the decree.
What if my spouse will not sign or consent or I do not know where he/she is?
You can still get your divorce. You do not need your spouses signature for a divorce in Mexico or the Caribbean. You will not be able to obtain a divorce using the US court divorce in Guam unless your spouse signs.
How much will a divorce
Depends on which divorce you choose. $995.00 for the Mexican divorce plus any extra services you choose to order, $1,400. for the Caribbean divorce plus the cost of the required travel and lodging if needed. $1,500 for the US court divorce in Guam plus the cost of the required travel and lodging.
quickly can I be divorced?
In as little as one day, depending on which divorce you choose.
For the divorce in Mexico; 2-3 days
For the Caribbean divorce; 1 day if both parties are signing and 21 days if only one once spouse is willing or able to sign.
For the US Court divorce in Guam; 7 days.
How soon will I have my divorce decree in hand?
Depending on which divorce you choose.
For the divorce in Mexico; 2 - 4 weeks.
For the Caribbean divorce; 4-5 weeks with both parties signing, 5-6 weeks with only one party signing.
For the US Court divorce in Guam; approximately 3 weeks.
How soon can I remarry?
In most cases you are free to remarry as soon as you have your decree in hand depending on where you want to remarry (each state has its own waiting period requirements).
a one-party and a two-party divorce?
In a one-party divorce (also called unilateral) only one party must sign. In a two-party divorce (also called bilateral) both parties must sign (mandatory for the US court divorce in Guam).
If I am choosing a one-party (unilateral) divorce how will my spouse be
Your spouse will be notified in accordance with the law of the place from which you obtain your divorce. For the Mexican court divorce notification will be by posting a notice in the courthouse. For Caribbean court divorce the notification will be by courier service.
have to make hotel reservations?
Hotel reservations are only required for the US court divorce and the Caribbean court divorce. We can make those reservations for you or you can make them yourself which ever you prefer.
Will I be met at the
Yes you will be met at the airport for the Caribbean court divorce by our driver. You will not be met for the US court divorce (Guam is English speaking and taxis are modern and readily available). No travel is necessary for the Mexican divorce.
What documents will I need?
Depending on which divorce you choose.
For the Mexican court divorce you will need the information sheet, the affidavit, and the power of attorney, all printable from our website.
For the Caribbean court divorce you will need; a passport, two photocopies of your social security card (and your spouses if he/she is signing), your drivers’ license (and your spouses if he/she is signing), your original marriage certificate or certified copy, the mandate form and information sheet.
For the US court divorce you will need: a passport, the information sheet, and the waiver petition.
What about a written agreement for property settlement, support and/or custody?
For each of our divorces the court will incorporate by reference any written agreement you have into your decree. You do not have to supply the agreement. Just advise when and where it was signed. If there is no agreement these issues must be resolved where the property is located or where the children are residing.
How do I pay you?
Any way you wish. Credit card, PayPal, bank transfer, money order, personal check (there is a 10 day waiting period when using a personal check) wire transfer, or cash. We also offer a payment plan for your convenience.
Fresh Pond Associates
365 Boston Post Road #241
Sudbury, MA 01776
Phone: 978.443.8387 Fax: 1-877-756-1466
e-mail: Divorce Fast
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