Copies of a divorce decree may be found at the court clerk's office, at the county or state records department or with the attorney involved in processing the divorce. LegalZoom acknowledges that divorce decrees can sometimes be found online, but Internet sites offering this type of service typically charge a fee.Where can I download divorce papers for free?
Download a free divorce packet from the website of your local county court if available. You sometimes can also find these forms on the website of your state government or state court system. For example, you can download all California divorce papers from the California Courts website.How long does it take to finalize a divorce in New Jersey?
In New Jersey, the courts have mandated that no divorce should take longer than 12 months from the date the Complaint for Divorce is first filed at the clerk’s office. While exceptions can be made for complex cases, the majority of New Jersey divorces will be complete in less than twelve months.How much does it cost to file for divorce in NJ?
According to our survey results, the average New Jersey divorce costs $15,600, including $12,300 in attorney’s fees. That’s 22% higher than the national average of $12,800 in total divorce costs, including $10,100 in attorney’s fees.