Online Divorce
in Minnesota

  • Divorce papers ready to download in 2 business days
  • Step-by-step filing instructions with 24/7 customer support
  • Affordable and convenient
Divorce in Minnesota is quick and easy
Do you know the location of your spouse?
Can you and your spouse agree to the division of property, debts and all child related issues?

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  • Divorce papers ready to download in 2 business days
  • Step-by-step filing instructions with 24/7 customer support
  • Affordable and convenient

How it works?

Step 1

Qualify for divorce

Confirm our product will work for your situation


Step 2

Provide your case details

Provide the information required through our easy to use questionnaire


Step 3

Get your papers

Review forms and make unlimited changes before finalizing documents


Step 4

File for divorce

Papers come with comprehensive filing instructions

Compare your options for filing for divorce in Minnesota

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Minnesota Divorce Online

A quick, affordable, and easy alternative to the traditional court process for uncontested divorces.

$139
$159
  • You can complete everything online at your own pace
  • Preparation of divorce forms takes around 2 business days
  • All documents are efficiently posted directly to you
  • You can apply for divorce at a much lower cost
  • Divorce papers fully correspond to your state's current standards

Divorce With a Lawyer

A traditional court-based process where spouses hire separate attorneys to represent their interests in court.

  • Expensiveness. Local attorneys charge between $260 and $330 per hour
  • Dependent on a lawyer's level of experience and schedule
  • It can be considered a negative move by your spouse
  • Litigation takes more time than any other divorce option

We can help you if

  • You have kids
  • You are currently pregnant
  • You and your spouse have common property or debts
  • Your spouse is missing
  • You know nothing about the divorce process
  • You have disagreements with your spouse
  • You are in a same-sex marriage
  • You need help filing with the court
We can help you if
Customer Testimonials
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My spouse and I have not lived in the same house for many years. Attempts to really "talk" about our relationship fell flat, so it was finally time to give up. The Online MN Divorce Assistance Service is a dream come true! Prices are great, way below a lawyer. Reaching the end of the request case was very easy, very complete. We did not have minor children or property to argue over, so things were very easy. Staff very helpful and easy to connect with. Very Fast too.

Kathryn K.
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Hennepin
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I set it up for my ex and I to go through our parts and enter the correct information. After the questions were answered it was easy to submit and get the paperwork.

Benjamin S.
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St. Louis
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This is a simple, stress-free way to do divorce papers and you know everything is being done correctly.

Sandra G.
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Olmsted

Benefits of Minnesota Divorce Online

Save money Save money

Cost effective solution designed to support you without lawyer fees

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Up-to-date forms and instructions for your specific court to ensure success

Easy to follow online process Easy to follow online process

Our intelligent engine gives you specific instructions for your situation

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We can handle court filings and serving your spouse

Online customer Support Online customer Support

Our dedicated customer care team provides instructions throughout the process

Access to attorneys for legal questions Access to attorneys for legal questions

We can connect you with independent licensed attorneys in your state to answer questions about your case

Post divorce support Post divorce support

Expert-guided post-divorce support to help you happily move on with your life

Wrap around support Wrap around support

Additional support services to help you navigate divorce — help with kids, the house, financial matters and more

Our services *Services available after registration.

Expedited Service Expedited Service
  • Get your divorce papers within 1 business day or less after divorce interview
  • Expedited phone and email support for any questions, changes or updates.

Court Filing Service Court Filing Service
  • Initiate Case with Court
  • Effortlessly Serve Your Spouse
  • Finalize Divorce
*Service available after registration. Service cost is $49.

How long does it take to get a divorce in Minnesota

How long does it take to get a divorce in Minnesota

It is very difficult to predict the length of a particular divorce process, as each case is unique and requires a different amount of time to be finalized. However, some factors significantly affect this aspect. For example, a mandatory waiting period is one of the main things considered when determining the time needed for a divorce.

Unlike many other states, Minnesota does not have a state-mandated waiting period that should be followed by divorcing couples before their divorce can be legally finalized. As long as you meet local residency requirements (which is being a resident of Minnesota for at least 6 months immediately preceding the commencement of the divorce), the court will review your case and finalize marriage dissolution as soon as possible.

Typically, uncontested divorce cases last for around 2 months, whereas contested ones take around one year or more. It can be explained by the fact that resolution of divorce-related issues takes a lot of time.

How long does it take to get a divorce in Minnesota

Residency Requirements in MN

To be eligible to file for divorce in Minnesota, the couple should meet residency requirements. They are as follows:

  • At least one of the parties must have been a legal resident of the state for a minimum of six months (180 days) before the divorce case is started, or
  • At least one of the spouses must be a member of the US military service and be stationed in the state for a minimum of six months (180 days) before filing for divorce.

In addition, all divorce documents should be filed with the district court in the county where at least one of the parties resides.

Failure to meet these requirements can lead to case dismissal. In other words, the couple will have to start the divorce process all over again once the necessary conditions are fulfilled.

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