Terms and Conditions

Information contained on our website onlinesdivorceapplications.com.au and other related material are not considered to be legal advice. We do not provide legal advice in any capacity nor do we provide legal services. The information provided should not be relied upon as legal advice or as a sole means of information regarding the divorce process.

We accept no liability or responsibility for incorrect or inaccurate information provided by a consumer when filling out the questions relevant to the application for divorce or for failing to provide the relevant documentation to support an application for divorce.

It is the responsibility of the consumer to ensure that the Application for Divorce is suitable for their purposes. We do not provide any refund for failure to ensure suitability. If the consumer chooses to no longer use our service notice of cancellation must be provided by the consumer before completing the online questionnaire. If work has already commenced on the application a $40 administration fee will be charged for cancellation. A full refund is only provided where the application has not been worked on.

We aim to deliver a low cost service to clients, as we charge a flat rate. Therefore, where an application has been submitted and the client has failed to act resulting in the information contained in the original application being out of date or having expired on the portal an additional payment is required for resubmission. 

We retain all copyright of any and all of our materials unless stated otherwise.

Applications and other material will only be provided once payment is received. For the purposes of online safety, client information is not retained after 12 months. It is the responsibility of clients to ensure they retain a copy of all required documents. 

We will provide the Application for Divorce for client approval within 48 hours after payment has cleared; this is subject to the client responding to any follow up queries within three hours of queries being sent. The final Application will then be emailed to the client. We do  not post documents to clients or accept documents by post.

By agreeing to the terms and conditions you give permission to ODA to create an account on your behalf in order to complete your online filing. The client will then take responsibility for the application after making payment of the filing fee. It is up to the client to ensure they login to the account regularly for updates from the court.

We take all reasonable steps to protect consumer information and will not provide this information to a third party unless required to do so by law. All personal information is stored securely and will not be used for any other purpose.

Any disputes with onlinedivorceapplications.com.au or its associated company will be governed by Queensland law and will be heard in Queensland jurisdiction.