An uncontested divorce in Georgia is often a great alternative for couples who can communicate well enough to work out a divorce agreement.
An uncontested divorce is a less expensive alternative to almost any other divorce process, especially a costly and time-consuming litigated divorce. In an uncontested divorce, there is less emotional and physical stress than in a long drawn-out litigated divorce. But best of all an uncontested divorce is fast and inexpensive. To have an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse must agree on all the terms of the divorce, such as child support, spousal support and alimony or child custody and visitation, property division and division of debts.
If you thinking about an Uncontested Divorce (or has your spouse initiated divorce proceedings) you need an uncontested divorce attorney as a partner who can help you navigate the road. The Remboldt Law Firm, are attorneys dedicated to assisting you. We will listen to your personal goals, take time to learn about your special family situation and help you through the uncontested divorce process. If you are thinking about an uncontested divorce, you have many decisions to make, and likely many questions. We will work hard to help you create a path forward that right for you, your family and your circumstances.
If you have agreed on a divorce and all the divorce terms, an Uncontested Divorce Attorney can assist you in getting your divorce completed. In the mean time, you may find the Georgia Child Support Worksheet helpful. Also, if you are considering an uncontested divorce, you may find the Uncontested Divorce Worksheet helpful in moving forward with an uncontested divorce.
Whether you have an uncontested divorce or you are just considering divorce, following the links below will give you some general information to consider.
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Parenting Plans
- Legal Separation
- Division of Property and Debts
- Alimony | Spousal Support
- Uncontested Divorce Fees
- Mediated Divorce
- Collaborative Divorce
- Litigated Divorce
If you are considering a divorce or if your spouse has already filed for a divorce, please call us as soon as possible at 404-348-4081 for a free 30 minutes telephone consultation, at that time an attorney will listen to your goals and unique family situation and help you form a strategy that feels right and makes sense for your path forward.
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