The cost of your uncontested divorce in California will usually include two parts:
- NetDivorce Fee: To prepare all of your state and local county divorce documents, including your Marital Settlement Agreement
- Your County’s Superior Court Filing Fee: Unless you have low income
That’s it! There’s nothing else. You CANNOT pay us more! Don’t even ask!!
That $129 is NOT a per-spouse fee.
That $129 is NOT an installment payment.
That $129 is NOT a monthly subscription like the fees at onlinedivorce.com, mydivorcepapers.com, getdivorcepapers.com and completecase.com.
The $129 NetDivorce fee is payable by all major credit cards, debit cards, Paypal or Amazon Pay.
Superior Court Filing Fee
The Superior Court Filing Fee is $435 in all counties, except in Riverside County or San Francisco County, where it is $450.
The Court Filing Fee is paid directly to the Superior Court when your case is filed. The Court Filing Fee is subject to change at any time.
While courts differ in their payment policies, all accept cash and money orders and most accept personal checks or credit cards (with valid photo ID).
If you have low income, you may qualify for a waiver of the Superior Court Filing Fee. NetDivorce handles that application also – at no additional cost.
Requests for Waiver of the Court Fee can be based either upon your receipt of certain types of public assistance, such as Medi-Cal, Food Stamps, TANF (CalWorks) or SSI/SSP, or upon your proven claim that your household income is low.
NetDivorce will guide you through the waiver application process.
Click here to see what California considers low income for your family’s size.
That’s it! You can stop looking for hidden fees. There are none. If your spouse does not contest or fight the case, $129 (plus the court filing fee) is it! There are no ups or extras.
The NetDivorce fee is NOT per person and it’s NOT the first of multiple installments. It’s the whole fee per case. You cannot pay us any more for anything!!
The NetDivorce fee is NOT a monthly subscription like the fee at onlinedivorce.com, mydivorcepapers.com, getdivorcepapers.com and completecase.com. They will hit your credit card every month until you cancel. And they won’t allow you to cancel online. You have to call them and cancel by phone. Read their Better Business Bureau complaints. They keep you on hold for hours waiting for the only person who can cancel your credit card subscription. You can NEVER cancel!
There is no tricky pricing at NetDivorce.
And the court filing fee can be waived if you have a low income!
We recommend that you tell your friends that you got an affordable or low-cost divorce, but let’s face it. Between you and us, this is a downright cheap divorce! And there’s nothing wrong with that!!