Each state has individual requirements for the residence of the spouses that must be met to file for a divorce in that state. For the courts of Hawaii to have jurisdiction over a case, the filing spouse must have been a resident of the state for at least three months preceding the filing of the Complaint for Divorce. Military personnel who are residents of any other state also have the right to get a divorce in Hawaii, provided that he or she has been serving in the state for at least six months before filing for divorce.
Welcome to your online Hawaii divorce guide
Qualify for divorce1
Provide your case details2
Get your papers3
File for divorce4
This was an easy way to file divorce. No filling out complicated paper work that I didn’t understand. Quick and fairly easy
Due to the many challenges of COVID, it has been a blessing to be able to use this service. While I have not fully finished with the process, I highly recommend the service I have received so far.
I would recommend this service to anyone that has a non-contested, no assets, and no minors case. Quick and easy!
This website was easy to use. I highly recommend it to anyone who needs a simple divorce.
This was so simple and easy, because my schedule is so hectic with work this made it easy for me to handle and get it done right away!!! Thank you so much!!
I was so scared to start my divorce, what to do first, even how to go about it. This really saved me time and gave me direction! Thank you!
It was quite easy. Follow all the instructions and you would not have a problem.
Erika Paola G.
Fast & easy Everything went super smooth
I loved how simple and easy this process was! Did all the hard work and saved lots of time! Wish I knew about this service a long time ago I worked have gotten this done months ago!