When you and your spouse agree on the terms of the divorce, then you can qualify for an uncontested divorce. Uncontested divorce means what it sounds like: both parties agree to the divorce, both parties agree on how to divide their assets, both parties agree on child custody and visitation issues.
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If you want a divorce, call us now. We can guide you through your uncontested divorce.
Uncontested Divorce Timeline:
First, FREE initial telephone consult.
Second, we will email you a divorce packet to complete.
Third, upon receiving the divorce packet, we will prepare a Summons and file it with the County Clerk. The County Clerk, in turn, will provide an index number–which effectively initiates your divorce case.
Fourth, we will prepare all required documents and send it to you and your spouse for review.
Fifth, upon review, you and your spouse will sign the papers and mail it back to us.
Sixth, once we receive your divorce papers, we will file them with the Court.
Seventh, a judge will review and sign the papers. The part of the process can take as little as 4 to 12 weeks, depending on the county.