Where there is demand, there is competition. And the iDivorceForms.com reviews are in! Bottom line: it is a service that has done a fantastic job in recent years of competing. It stands with sites like DivorceWriter as having the cheapest prices on the web, but unlike its competition, it offers value that goes well beyond the standard forms completion service.
What makes IDF so in-demand among those seeking an online divorce are the choices, the dependability, and the customer support that many sites are either unwilling or unable to provide. Doing what this site does at the price tag is a truly remarkable feat. But enough talking it up. Let’s get down to specifics.
The iDivorceForms.com website allows you to complete all your divorce forms in real time following a free registration and qualification process.
(Yes, they do make you “qualify” by answering questions regarding your split, but that’s definitely a perk. You don’t want a do-it-yourself divorce if lots of conflict and tension exist between you and your spouse.)
Similar to MyDivorcePapers.com, IDF uses a guided Q&A process that automatically populates the necessary fields on the divorce forms for your particular jurisdiction. The site offers a guarantee that said forms will be current and in keeping with what courts in your area require.
Furthermore, IDF utilizes a Live Chat and Phone Support system, like MDP, to answer questions 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Since divorce isn’t usually the most convenient of life circumstances, it helps to have flexibility in the hours, especially when you’re handling things yourself for the first time.
An A+-rated company by the Better Business Bureau, iDivorceForms.com has created a track record of being one of the best in the business, and at $149, you won’t find a cheaper price tag for this specific bundle of benefits.
The only caveat: unlike MyDivorcePapers.com, IDF does not offer attorney support, nor does it feature that other site’s extensive video database of helpful info involving the divorce issues you’re likely to face.
Still, for the money, it’s difficult to beat.