Providing Assistance With Uncontested Divorces
When two spouses agree to the terms of a divorce and are not in disagreement over any of the issues, it may benefit them to go through an uncontested divorce (also called noncontested divorce). Uncontested divorce means that the parties are in agreement on all issues and no issues are in dispute. The couple has worked out the issues between them and by utilizing the uncontested divorce approach, the divorce process can be expedited.
Why Have A Lawyer?
At The Bender Law Firm, clients trust me, attorney Charles A. Bender, with their uncontested divorce or noncontested divorce matters. Though many people attempt to handle the process on their own, they can get confused by the many complex details.
No one wants to go through filing for divorce, only to find out from the court that the process was completed incorrectly and must be repeated in order to secure a legal divorce. It is important to have an attorney to ensure all documents and forms are completed correctly. The time and expense involved in correcting incorrect documents, or modifying documents, may end up being more than hiring a lawyer at the beginning of the case.
I can meet with clients to discuss the many issues such as child custody, visitation, child support, spousal maintenance (alimony) and property division. I strive to ensure that these issues are settled before we move forward toward a finalized divorce agreement. If there is any disagreement over these issues, a traditional contested divorce may be a better avenue of resolution.
Minimal Cost For Experienced Service
I offer uncontested divorce services at a minimal cost to my clients. This cost is well worth it, as you will not have to move through the uncontested divorce process alone. By utilizing an attorney to ensure that paperwork is completed correctly and submitted in a timely manner, you can rest assured that all of the legal details have been addressed.
Many individuals make use of divorce-related forms that they find online, thinking that this is an easier way to complete a noncontested or uncontested divorce. However, online forms are not always user-friendly and can be difficult to understand.