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Flexible Online Divorce Options With Assistance
From Experienced Attorneys

About Easy Divorce WV: Who We Are

Lyne Ranson Law Office, PLLC, has established itself as a leader in family law legal representation. Now more than ever we understand the need for a virtual online option and want to offer a solution. Our team determined the best way for us to meet the needs of all West Virginians was to bring our vast experience online. We offer first-rate quality divorce guidance, specifically tailored for West Virginians by West Virginians.

We are a close-knit team of attorneys and paralegals who work together to meet your specific needs. If you are looking for quality divorce assistance and direction that fits your budget and goals, we are here to help and make it EASY when you are ready!

How We Help

The divorce process in West Virginia, no matter the situation, requires certain documents to be prepared including a divorce petition (or an answer if your spouse has already filed for divorce), financial statement with substantial information, and a detailed parenting plan if there are minor children. These forms are lengthy, overwhelming, and intimidating. If filled out incorrectly, a simple mistake may cost you property, money, or custody. We make sure it’s right and help make the process EASIER.

An experienced attorney will review every document before it is returned to you to file. We can also assist you with all aspects of the divorce process, like alimony, determining parenting time, initial child support, or drafting a settlement agreement and Final Order. Once your divorce packet is reviewed and completed it will be emailed or mailed to you. Then, you simply take the packet to your county’s Circuit Clerk’s office and file when you are readyThere is a filing fee you must pay to the Circuit Clerk’s Office in the county where you intend to file. Our services will provide you with all the information you need to know about filing your documents with the appropriate Circuit Clerk’s Office.

The county you file for divorce in is usually the West Virginia county you and your spouse reside or last resided in together. If your spouse resides in another state, then the divorce can be filed in the county where you live. If you and your spouse did not get married in West Virginia, then one of the you has to have resided in West Virginia for a year. If you did marry in West Virginia, then it is necessary you be a state resident, but you do not have to have lived in the state for a year.