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If you are planning to get divorced, don't decide where to file based on cheap fees or fast processing times alone. Getting divorced is easier or harder in different states, and there are various waiting periods and restrictions depending on the location.
But your major considerations will depend on the specifics of your situation -- whether you have children or property to split and whether you will be seeking spousal support, among others. Still, let's look at the 5 easiest places to get divorced, based on the combination of cheap filing fees and fast processing times, according to the Huffington Post.
Top 5 Easiest States to File
This list notably features some states that weren't mentioned in our previous list of the best states to get a divorce.
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Of course there is more to consider than ease of divorce when you are splitting up with a spouse. Some states require you to live there for a minimum of a year, while others allow you to file for divorce if you've lived there only a day.
If you are considering a divorce, talk to a lawyer. Get guidance and find out how to make your divorce easy based on your actual circumstances.