What is Dok-Chek?
- Dok-Chek is the core of NetDivorce’s quality control.
- DokChek is the systems and procedure NetDivorce uses to proofread your California divorce papers for completeness and accuracy.
- Dok-Chek is often the only point of contact a client will need or have with NetDivorce Client Support.
- Dok-Chek means that every time you download a batch of California divorce papers to be submitted to your spouse or to the court, your NetDivorce caseworker is advised of that fact, will proofread those documents and advise you by email of any potential problems and/or that your batch is good to go.
- What Dok-Chek means to you is that you are never alone with your California divorce papers, unless you wish to be. Your caseworker will always be there to check for legal or practical problems in your documents.
- Dok-Chek means you can submit your case with the maximum confidence that comes from the knowledge that your case has been reviewed by an extremely experienced person. (The two most senior NetDivorce caseworkers started handling California uncontested divorce in June 1981 and Summer, 1985)
- As with all NetDivorce Client Support, there is no cost to you for Dok-Chek. However, NetDivorce requests that you delay slightly after downloading in order to provide your caseworker with sufficient time to review your documents carefully. This usually takes less than 2 to 3 business hours from the time of download.
- No matter how valuable Dok-Chek is, you are always free, of course, to proceed, in an emergency or otherwise, without waiting for your Dok-Chek email from your caseworker.
- Dok-Chek is turned on in your NetDivorce account by default. However, if you wish the maximum privacy and confidentiality (bearing in mind that all divorce filings are a matter of public record), you can turn off Dok-Chek in My NetDivorce Account in your Client Menu. If you turn off Dok-Chek, NetDivorce will not look at your California divorce papers or your data unless you request.