Divorce Lawyers in Montgomery

$320 Uncontested Divorces in Montgomery, Dothan, and Prattville

Going through a divorce can be a lengthy, bitter, and exhausting process.  Many spouses may worry about having their life put on hold while they wait for a court date, and also paying their Montgomery divorce lawyers thousands of dollars in retainers.  Filing for divorce and, in the meantime having to deal with the ongoing divorce battle between both spouses and their divorce attorneys, can be extremely cumbersome to handle and is usually not worth the energy and money involved.

Montgomery Divorce Lawyers

Montgomery County Courthouse in Montgomery, Alabama

When you go to file your divorce it is important to retain a divorce attorney that practices regularly in that particular jurisdiction, even in the case of simple uncontested divorces.  This is because each county has unique local requirements that a Montgomery divorce attorney will be aware of while most law firms not regularly filing divorces in Montgomery County will not.  

It is important to have a divorce attorney that knows the local rules where you are filing.  For example, in Montgomery County if you have minor children of the marriage then you and your spouse will have to attend and complete a transitions in parenting course, even if you have already reached an agreement.  This is specific to Montgomery County, and most other counties do not require this parenting course.  Our divorce lawyers regularly file cases in the Montgomery County Courts and are familiar with their local requirements for divorces.  Therefore, our divorce attorneys in Montgomery can assure you that when we file your no fault divorce in Montgomery you should receive your divorce decree as quickly and easily as possible, with no issues that would possibly arise from someone unfamiliar with their local rules.  

In addition to the attorney fees that we charge, there is also a filing fee that must be paid to the Court when the divorce is filed.  How much this filing fee is depends on the county you file in, with the filing fee in Montgomery County being about $202 (which includes a small convenience fee for filing your divorce electronically).  This filing fee must be paid before we will file your non-contested divorce for you.  If you are retaining us to file your contested divorce the filing fee is usually the same.

Montgomery Divorce Attorneys

If you reside in Montgomery, Pike Road, Hope Hull, or Mount Meigs, then our Montgomery divorce attorneys will most likely be filing your divorce for you in Montgomery County.  Montgomery is the capital city of Alabama and is the second largest city in the State, with a population of 229,363 according to the 2010 U.S. Census.  Montgomery is the county seat of Montgomery County, and the county courthouse is located in downtown Montgomery at 100 S. Lawrence St., Montgomery, AL 36104.  

When you retain our divorce attorneys to file your uncontested divorce for you, we will usually be filing your case in the Circuit Court of Montgomery County.  Our lawyers will prepare all of your divorce documents (including the Settlement Agreement that you and your spouse have already reached concerning all of your marital issues), counsel you through the divorce process and answer any questions you may have, and file your uncontested divorce.  Our Montgomery divorce attorneys are currently offering discounted attorney fees for no fault divorces across the State of Alabama.  For more information on the cost of getting a divorce, go to our Cost of Filing page.

Prattville Divorce Lawyers

Prattville Divorce Lawyers

Autauga County Courthouse in Prattville, Alabama

If you live in the Prattville area, then we can help you as well since we regularly file divorces in Elmore and Autauga Counties.  Even though we do not have an office in the City of Prattville, our Prattville divorce lawyers know the local rules and are able to file your uncontested divorce in Autauga or Elmore County.  Prattville is the county seat of Autauga County with the county courthouse located in downtown Prattville.  When your divorce is filed in Autauga County, this county courthouse in Prattville is most likely where all of your hearings would be.  

The Autauga County Courthouse is located at 134 N. Court St., Prattville, AL 36067 and this is where your divorce would likely be filed if you or your spouse live in this county.  Autauga County has some local requirements for filing for divorce, but our lawyers are familiar with these requirements and know how to file your divorce here to ensure that you receive your divorce decree as quickly as possible.  If you need a divorce lawyer in Prattville, then call us today and our attorneys can talk to you over the phone and answer any questions that you may have about the divorce process. 

Dothan Divorce Lawyers

We do not have an office in Dothan, but we do regularly file divorces in Houston County and Henry County and know all of the local requirements for filing an uncontested divorce there.  In an uncontested divorce, most of the document requirements are similar from county to county with just a few county specific requirements.  Our Dothan divorce lawyers are familiar with these specific rules in the Dothan area and can file your uncontested divorce for you no matter what county you live in.

Dothan is the county seat of Houston County with parts of the city extending into Dale County and Henry County.  The Houston County courthouse is located in downtown Dothan at 114 N. Oates St., Dothan, AL 36303.  All hearings in your divorce will likely be held here if you are filing for divorce in the Houston County Courts.  

Our divorce lawyers in Dothan can consult with you over the phone and everything can be signed and returned to our office to be filed without necessarily having to meet in our Montgomery office.  In an uncontested divorce, there should not be any hearings as long as you and your spouse have reached an agreement and there is nothing in your agreement that a judge might find objectionable and require a hearing to discuss in further detail (which is rare and usually only in cases where some part of the agreement is very unfair to one party or may not be in the best interest of the children).  If you are seeking a divorce attorney in Dothan, then call our law firm today for more information. 

Here is a list of local divorce resources in Dothan, Prattville, and Montgomery Alabama:

Montgomery AL News

Montgomery AL Information

Montgomery County Courts

Houston County

Henry County

City of Dothan

Autauga County

City of Prattville

If you are seeking a divorce in and around the Dothan, Prattville, or Montgomery area, then give our divorce lawyers a call today for a consultation and let us counsel you through this difficult time.  

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