Simplify your Divorce at California Online Divorce Attorney


Simplifying your divorce is always beneficial.  And, right now, simplifying your divorce is critical and mandated due to COVID-19.

At we are dedicated to simplifying the divorce process, making it accessible and most importantly, making it affordable at $395 to $995 flat legal fee.


The Law Offices of Don Glass created to provide low cost, simple and efficient uncontested divorce legal services for California residents.  We use online modern technology so clients avoid traveling, sign documents online and have access to their client online attorney interview via our website.

We charge an affordable $95 to start and offer a pay-as-you-go payment plan.

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But even for a non-contest, uncontested divorce, you need legal advice.

But even for a non-contest, uncontested divorce, you need legal advice.
But you probably don’t need representation in court, and you don’t need to be charged $2000 or MORE by a Traditional lawyer for a simple uncontested divorce.
A Traditional lawyer will set an appointment, email or hand you a 25-page questionnaire and set an appointment for you to bring it in when you’ve completed it. Then they’ll prepare your divorce papers manually and they’d be ready in 2 or 3 days and charge you $2500.
Our law firm is not Traditional and we only charge $295 to $995 flat legal fee for a complete uncontested California divorce.
When you hire our law firm, we will create an Online Divorce client account for you. You’ll receive an account opening email with a user id and a temporary password. You’ll log into your client login portal. Change your password to your own secure password. Then complete the Online Divorce Attorney interview from the comfort of your home or office.
All data is saved via an encrypted connection to our secure state-of-the-art US-based servers. Your personal data is secure.

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What is Uncontested Divorce?

What is Uncontested Divorce?


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What is Uncontested Divorce?


A no-contest (or uncontested) divorce is simply a divorce where you and your spouse/partner are generally in agreement. It may not be that the two of you are in agreement on every single minor issue in your divorce. You both certainly don’t have to be happy about the divorce or with each other. However, it does mean that the spouse who does not file the case will not file a Response to contest the divorce on any issue, whether large or small.

The large majority of divorces in California are uncontested cases. They do not require a trial or court hearing. They rarely require any mediation. There is a possibility for a small amount of negotiation between the parties – certainly pre-filing, or even post-filing if unanticipated problems arise, providing that the negotiations mean that you and your spouse return to substantial agreement in the case.

Get the Best of Both Worlds

Get the Best of Both Worlds.

** Get the convenience and cost-effectivenesss of an Online Divorce Attorney.
** Only pay for the legal services you need.
** Know all of your legal fees and costs and options up-front.
** No hidden fees or costs.
** Rely on professional knowledge.
** Benefit from ethical treatment.
** Get real client support from a California-licensed professional Attorney.

Waiver of Divorce Court Filing Fees in California

Waiver of Divorce Court Filing Fees in California



Waiver of Divorce Court Filing Fees in California

$395 Low Income Uncontested Divorce Lawyer for clients who
qualify for a Waiver of Court Filing Fees.


Designed for Clients who receive Government Assistance to Qualify for a Waiver of Court Filing Costs and want a Quick Low Cost Uncontested True Default Divorce. Clients receive Lawyer advice from Start to Finish. Clients login to our modern online technology to complete the online attorney interview. Lawyer prepares the divorce forms from Start to Final Judgment. All docs are emailed to Clients with written instructions to file & serve the docs themselves. Only $95 to Start & Pay-As-You Go payments.


Law Offices of Don Glass, Esq – 951-501-3554 – $695 Flat Legal Fee Uncontested Divorce


You may qualify for a fee waiver in three ways: if you are receiving public benefits such as Medi-Cal, Food Stamps (CalFresh), Cal-Works, General Assistance, SSI, SSP, Tribal TANF, IHHS or CAPI; if your household income before taxes is less than the amount listed on Form FW-011 in Item 5b; or if the court determines that you do not have adequate income to pay for your basic household needs and court costs.

What is a filing fee? 

A filing fee is the amount of money you must pay to the court to begin your court case.  The amount of money you have to pay depends on the court and the type of case.  You may have to pay other filing fees at certain times during your case.  The court clerk can give you a list of all the filing fees for your court case so you know the total cost.


Step 1

Obtain the Information Sheet on Waiver of Superior Court Fees and Costs (Form FW-001-INFO) and Request to Waive Court Fees (Form FW-001) from your county clerk’s office or download the forms from the Web.

Step 2

Sign the Request to Waive Court Fees (Form FW-001) under penalty of perjury. You must tell the truth on this form. All answers must be accurate and complete.

Step 3

File your divorce paperwork and fee waiver application together. You can mail the documents to your county court or file them in person.


Law Offices of Don Glass, Esq – 951-501-3554 – $695 Flat Legal Fee Uncontested Divorce


Common Law Marriage Myths in California

Common Law Marriage Myths in California

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$695 Flat Fee Low Cost Uncontested California Divorce Lawyer


California does not recognize common law marriage.

A couple becomes married by common law when there is no official ceremony but they still consider themselves married.

But there are certain criteria that’s required and not all states

recognize common law marriage.  Here are some Myths.


Myth #1 – All States recognize common law marriage

Most states, including California, DO NOT recognize common law

marriage.  Colorado, Rhode Island, Washington, DC, and a handful of

other states do acknowledge common law marriage.

Myth #2 – There is no way to have a common law marriage in California

If you live as a married couple (by common law) in a state that recognizes

common law and you move to California where you decide to pursue a

divorce, the courts will work with you. However, this issue quickly becomes

a complicated legal matter and should be discussed with an attorney.

Myth #3 – Common law marriage occurs when you live together for seven years

You can live together for one year or 20 years, but unless you meet very

specific criteria you won’t be considered married by common law.

Myth  #4 – You are married if you say you are married

You must meet specific criteria to be considered married by common law,

which includes:

1) Living in a state where common law marriage is recognized;

2) Acknowledging your partner as your spouse or taking your partner’s last name;

3) Filing joint tax returns; and

4) Acknowledging that you plan to marry.

Myth #5 – Courts don’t order support or property division for couples who never married

In California, the court recognizes palimony (Marvin claim). This means

that if a couple lives together for an extended period of time and splits, he

or she may have a right to receive support and/or a right to certain

property acquired during the relationship. Always speak with an attorney to

discuss your unique situation.


Don Glass, Esq
$695 Flat Fee Low Cost Uncontested California Divorce Lawyer

Avoid the emotional stress of divorce

Avoid the emotional stress of divorce

Don Glass, Esq
California Statewide Uncontested Divorce Attorney
$695 Flat Legal Fee Divorce Services

Choosing the best divorce attorney is important during this difficult time in your life.
And, deciding whether to pay a Flat Fee or a huge retainer and unlimited hourly fees?
We charge Flat Fees only. Don’t pay huge attorney fees and add to your stress.

Divorce involves complex legal issues. We recognize that divorce includes the pain and grief associated with death.
It is the loss of one’s identity and financial security. It will shatter your beliefs. It is our job to help you look past your grief and help you envision your new future.

We are also charged with helping you to achieve the best possible financial settlement so you can start your new life.
Your children need to be protected, as well. We have helped countless people like you with all issues surrounding divorce.
We know that divorce is like a death and you need compassion. We realize you are in a delicate emotional state and are in
need of kindness and a helping hand.


Every client and every situation is unique. Our attorneys take the time to listen and address all of your concerns in order
to help you achieve positive results. Your divorce will have a tremendous emotional and financial impact on your life and
the lives of your family. Whether you are a stay-at-home wife, a businessman with many assets, a celebrity, a military man, or a high net-worth individual, our mission is the same:

To help our clients move forward in life with confidence and security. We realize that when you first married your spouse,
you never envisioned your life would be in this situation. You are hurt, scared, and confused. You need someone who can help you see through the pain so that you can begin rebuilding your life.


While divorce is wreaking havoc on your life and your emotions, you need a caring and strong voice to protect you.
You are in no state to think clearly, yet this is the time in your life when you have to make important decisions about your future. You must divide your home, your children and your finances.

We gently guide you through the process by listening to your concerns and your goals. As your California divorce lawyer,
the first thing we do is educate our clients about the process. If you understand the steps, you will be able to see a light at the end of the tunnel and be able to think more clearly.

In California, either spouse can obtain a divorce at any time for any reason. This is why California is labeled as a no-fault state.
It does not matter if you want a divorce and your spouse does not. In other words, your spouse cannot block the divorce, and you do not need permission from your spouse to obtain one. No one needs to let you get a divorce; the fact that you want a divorce and your spouse does not is called irreconcilable differences. Irreconcilable differences is grounds for a divorce in California.

We have helped countless people like you with all issues surrounding divorce, including:

    • Child Custody and Visitation Orders
    • Child Support Orders
    • Spousal Support Orders
    • Negotiation of Settlement Agreements -MSA
    • Divorce Mediation help via our Online Attorney Interview

Contact Don Glass, Esq
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$395 & $695 Flat Legal Fee Divorce Services


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Is it Better to File for Divorce before my Spouse does



Does it Matter Who Filed for Divorce FIRST in {flood} California?

Should I file for Divorce before my Spouse in {flood}?

The Pros and Cons of Filing for Divorce First in {flood}

Is It Better to File for Divorce before my Spouse Does


Law Offices of Don Glass in {flood}

California Statewide – All Cities and Courts

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California Statewide – All Cities and Courts



If your marriage has come to an end in {flood}and you are headed for divorce, you may ask yourself if it matters who files for divorce first. Many divorce attorneys argue that there really is no advantage to filing for dissolution (divorce) first.  But California attorney Don Glass believes that it depends on your individual circumstances and there are many advantages for filing first.


Here are some general advantages to filing first in {flood}:

  • You get to time to plan in advance and take your time selecting a lawyer;
  • You don’t have to scramble to find a lawyer to meet with you and file a Response within 30 days of being served;
  • You have time to be mentally and emotionally prepare for the financial cost of divorce;
  • You have the first choice to decide what city & state to file for divorce and which court will hear your case. Depending on where you live, having your case heard in one courthouse over another could be a significant advantage. For example, if your spouse moved to another county, he or she could file in that county once they meet the residency requirement;
  • You are in control of the timeframes and how fast or slow you proceed to a final judgment;
  • As the petitioner, you get the first argument at trial if your case goes to trial;
  • By initiating the divorce process, you have the opportunity to start protecting community assets;
  • You control or prevent your spouse from possible stalling the process for a final judgment;
  • You control whether the divorce can be cancelled or dismissed, not your spouse;
  • Your spouse may not be prepared to react quickly to you filing for divorce by surprise;
  • You might feel more confident if you are in control for once.


By filing first in {flood}, one of the most significant advantages is you are given adequate opportunity to consult with various attorneys before choosing one. By filing first, you are giving yourself an offensive position instead of a defensive position.

Ideally, you and your spouse will conduct the process of physically separating and pursing dissolution proceedings in an organized, amicable, planned, and orderly fashion. If you anticipate any conflict about child custody or property division, then the sooner you seek legal counsel, the better prepared you will be to navigate any issues that arise in {flood}.

Filing for Divorce In {flood} California

California is a “no-fault” divorce state. This means that the only reason you need to file for divorce is “irreconcilable differences.” You must live in California to file for a divorce and the divorce must be filed in the county in which you or your spouse lives.

Once the divorce is finalized, the divorce judgment will determine:

  • The date the marriage ends;
  • Who will get custody of the children and visitation for the other parent;
  • Who will pay child support and how much;
  • Who will pay the children’s health insurance and medical expenses;
  • Who will pay the couple’s community property debts;
  • How the couple’s community property will be divided;
  • Whether one spouse will pay spousal support (alimony).


Here are some financial advantages to filing first in {flood}:

You can have your divorce team lined up in advance.

You can gather all the documents you will need before the divorce begins.

You can ensure that you have access to funds and credit before you file.

You can prevent your spouse from hiding assets before you file.

You may prevent dirty tricks by your spouse.

Bottom line in {flood}

The idea of filing for divorce can be scary and unnerving, taking most people out of their day to day comfort zone and familiar lifestyle. It presents a lot of unknowns. The decision should only be a serious consideration if the relationship has truly ended and the parties have invested best efforts to maintain the family. Every situation is unique and you might have additional questions about the timing of when to file in {flood}.


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Attorney Prepares Customized Divorce Forms to Protect Your Rights

Attorney Prepares ALL Divorce Forms to Protect Your Rights


We don’t believe that instant computer generated divorce forms you see advertised on the internet can ever produce the specialized forms that you need for filing with the court.

You need custom divorce forms that are prepared by a divorce Attorney who personally reviews your case information and prepares your divorce forms specific to your situation.

We never use automated divorce software to instantly produce generic forms that you see advertised all over the internet.

All divorce forms are carefully prepared for you by the California divorce Attorney.
The State of California has created complex divorce procedures. You want a Lawyer that practices in California divorce and nothing but California divorce.

There are 35-40 separate legal documents (many of them 3 or 4 pages each) in the average uncontested California divorce with minor children. Almost every one of those docs involves one or more complex legal issues. If you do not understand those issues, it will be difficult for you to know what is being requested.

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