Who is CourtReady.com?
CourtReady.com was founded in 1990, by Leo Wees, in conjunction with his bricks & mortar business known as Self-Help Legal Alternatives. Over the past 25+ years, Leo has helped many thousands of Idaho residents to successfully obtain a divorce or custody order, and provided a myriad of other legal documents. Now, through this CourtReady.com website, you can obtain these services online, and at minimal cost.
CourtReady.com and its sister company Self-Help Legal Alternatives discontinued all outside advertising beginning in 2010, and continues to thrive. Other than this new webite, our current business model is based solely upon repeat customers, and upon referrals from satisfied former customers, court clerks, public service agencies, the Department of Health and Welfare, and overall community good will.
We are Not a Law Firm!
We are a Document Preparation Service only, and we do not offer any legal advice. We can and do provide legal information and common procedural instructions for many legal processes, to be used in the District Court's of the State of Idaho only. You are welcome to have any documents that you purchase through this website reviewed by an attorney of your choosing if you would like (at your own expense), and if he/she discovers an error, we will be happy to correct it at no additional cost to you. We can also make changes to the terms you originally requested if you change your mind after you receive your documents from us, or you and the other party come to agreement after you receive your documents, for a small additional fee.
If, after you file with the court using our prepared forms, your case becomes contested, and you can't afford a lawyer, or aren't sure you will know what to do before and/or in court, click the image below. You will be linked to a fantastic resource that can provide you with the knowledge and confidence to successfully represent yourself, without an expensive attorney, and greatly improve your chances of winning your case.
Contact Us Online
Send us a quick message, indicating the nature of your legal matter or questions. We can't give actual legal advice, but we can give you legal information (which is not the same as legal advice), and we can provide court-ready legal documents. As soon as we receive your contact information, we will send you a Questionnaire, tailored to your specific legal matter, to elicit information necessary to prepare documents for you.