This may seem like an odd question: How much pain do you want in your divorce? Nobody really wants pain, do they? Yet time and again divorcing couples make decisions in the conduct of their divorce that causes pain- to themselves, to their spouse, and, worst of all, to their children. One may wonder why people are motivated to act in such a way. Sometimes it is revenge. Often it is an inability to control emotions. Many times, though, it is out of fear. Fear over what the future will bring. Fear over finances. Fear over the children and their lives as a product of a split household. Fear does not have to control, though. The surest way to conquer fear is to take control of the situation yourself, rather than leaving it to a Court. Think about it. Who know the most about your life? You and your spouse. Who knows the state of your finances? You and your spouse. Who was there when your son was born? Who knows that your daughter must have her stuffed bunny to go to sleep at night? You and your spouse. Given that, why in the world would you want a stranger, someone who will only know you based upon what is said in a court room over the course of several hours, to make decisions that will affect your whole life and the lives of your children? If you and your spouse have decided that you want to avoid pain, that you want to avoid uncertainty, that you want to make your own decisions about the details of the end of your marriage, we can help with this web site. Fill out the online form. An attorney will contact you to discuss the details. Don't worry, we will give you input if your decisions seem a little... off. We can help make this difficult time in your life a little easier with competent advice and a streamlined process for your divorce that is just a fraction of the cost. Fill out the online form today.