Filing for Divorce

Divorce has the stigma of being a long and arduous legal matter where both parties fight it out in court. However, the truth is, many cases do not even have to go to court. A simplified dissolution of your marriage is an option in cases where the finer points are uncontested. In these Uncontested Divorces, we can help you save time and money.

Uncontested Divorce

In an uncontested divorce, the spouses agree on everything and don’t need the court to divide up any assets or make rulings on spousal or child support and custody. Uncontested divorces move through the legal system much faster.

Save Time and Money

It is becoming more and more popular for people to have uncontested divorces, the “do it yourself” method. You’ll save time, sometimes years, and money that you would have paid lawyers. Peace of mind at a fraction of the cost.

Things To Bring:

  • Name, Address, and Telephone number of spouse
  • Where your spouse works and where they live
  • Social Security Numbers of both Parties
  • Proof of Income Documents
  • If there are children, also provide their SS#s, ages and names
  • Prepare to make Declarations of who will receive what

Frequently Asked Questions

Some common questions people ask about Divorce proceedings

What do you need from me?

As listed above, the most important elements are names, social security numbers, addresses, and phone numbers. Bring any applicable paperwork with you.

How long is this going to take?

A typical court case divorce can take years, but due to the nature of uncontested divorces, the process is typically completed in just a matter of months. 1-3 months usually.

What are my rights?

In many cases, the law is in place to protect the financially weaker spouse and any children. The law is focused on providing home and sufficient income for all involved parties.

How much is this going to cost?

A lot less than a court case. Each situation is unique, based on specific filings necessary for your divorce, but an uncontested divorce will cost considerably less.

Do I need a lawyer?

If you have any points of contention in your divorce, we do recommend a lawyer. However, if you and your spouse agree on terms, custody, and other financial elements, an uncontested divorce is a viable option.

I have more questions!

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