Divorced in 30 days?

March 1, 2023

Getting divorced is stressful, and drawn-out legal battles make it worse. But with careful planning and cooperation, you might be able to finalize your divorce much faster than you expected. Sometimes, I can even help you get divorced in 30 days or less. Here’s how:

The Steps to Getting Divorced in 30 days

  1. Agree on the Big Issues: Work with your spouse to reach full agreement beforehand on:
    • Division of property and debts
    • Parenting plans (if you have children) and child support
    • Spousal support, if applicable

Tip: Be completely open and honest in these discussions to avoid delays later.

  1. Get Organized:
    • Gather important documents: bank statements, tax returns, property deeds, etc.
    • Make sure everything is updated and easy to find. I will need information from these documents.
  1. Complete the Parenting Course: If you have children, both parents MUST take the required parenting class and provide certificates before your divorce can be finalized.

  2. Financial Preparation: To get the fastest service, be prepared to pay all legal fees upfront, including an additional rush fee if you want me to rush.  Through my payment processor, I do offer payment financing, but I cannot offer in-house payment options for a rushed divorce. My prices are here.

  3. Contact My Office: Not all cases are suitable for a rushed divorce, so it’s important to consult with me first. When you call, let me know:

    • Your desired timeline for getting divorced.
    • A few times when I can reach you for an initial discussion.

It’s Possible, But Not Guaranteed to Be Divorced in 30 days

While many of my cases get finalized within a few months, there are factors outside of our control. However, by following these steps, you’ll put yourself in the best position for a quick and smooth divorce process. Most of my cases are done within 2-4 months, although some cases can take longer.


A speedy divorce may sound like an impossibility—but it can absolutely happen! By agreeing on all matters upfront, gathering necessary documents in advance, it is fully realistic that you could be divorced much faster than you thought. If you are ready to start the process, reach out to my office or contact me on my website.


Disclaimer: The information in this blog post is general in nature and should not be used as a substitute for professional legal advice. If you have specific legal questions, please consult with an attorney. Reading this blog post does not establish an attorney-client relationship.