Uncontested Divorce

In an uncontested divorce, both parties agree upon the various issues that must be decided. These issues include marital asset division, child custody and co-parenting arrangements, child support and spousal support, if any.

Many people opt to handle an uncontested divorce on their own, without an attorney—often because they think they can’t afford one. Unfortunately, as a divorce lawyer, I often see the frustrating and expensive results of “do it yourself” divorces—mistakes made that could easily have been avoided but result in the court’s rejection of all or part of the divorce settlement agreement, confusion or unexpected results, or the necessity for expensive changes or corrections later.

I can handle most uncontested divorces for less than $1,000. If you have no children or real estate, that fee could even be substantially lower. Having competent legal advice from the beginning really does prevent frustrating delays and expenses and could prevent you from having to go back to court later.

Prevent Wasted Time and Money. Prevent Having to Go Back to Court Later. Hire an Attorney to Help with Your Uncontested Divorce.

Seeking help from an experienced divorce attorney now could save you a great deal of hassle and expense in the future. I can handle most uncontested divorces for less than $1,000 total. You do not have to have me handle the entire divorce. If you prefer, I can consult with you and answer your questions before you begin the divorce process. I can also represent you on an as-needed basis about specific issues.