Barbour County Uncontested Divorce Lawyers
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BARBOUR COUNTY UNCONTESTED DIVORCE STARTING AT $390
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Barbour County Uncontested Divorce Lawyers
If both parties have reached an agreement then you can get an easy Barbour County uncontested divorce. But what is an uncontested divorce? Well, it basically means that you and your spouse agree on everything. In addition, it means you have gotten your spouse to agree to sign the paperwork our divorce attorneys prepare. If so, then you pay us a flat fee for the uncontested divorce documents. Once paid, then we email them to you to print off, have both you and your spouse sign them properly in front of a notary public, and return to us to file online with your local court.
Once filed, you usually get your divorce decree about a month or so later. It is all done online and super easy as long as your spouse cooperates. No court is necessary either. You can get the whole divorce done online with just one quick trip to a notary public.
Barbour County Uncontested Divorces
An uncontested divorce is the simplest and quickest way to get a divorce in Barbour County. Our Barbour County uncontested divorce lawyers are offering flat fees for a quick and easy divorce:
- $390 for simple uncontested divorces without minor children
- $490 for simple uncontested divorces with minor children
Sometimes an uncontested divorce may require additional fees if there are substantial tax considerations, complex business interests, certain paternity issues, retirement plans to be divided by a domestic relations order, or other complex issues that would require more than just routine document preparation by the attorney.
There is also a filing fee that the county charges when an uncontested divorce is filed. This filing fee varies from county to county and can even change in a county from time to time. When you call our office, we can tell you the filing fee for a Barbour County uncontested divorce over the phone.
If you need a divorce attorney in Clayton, Eufaula, Clio, Bakerville, Louisville, or Blue Springs, then you will probably be filing the divorce in the Circuit Court of Barbour County. The Barbour County courthouse is located in Clayton, Alabama.
Although we do not have an office in Barbour County, our uncontested divorce lawyers file divorces in every county in the State of Alabama and are familiar with the local requirements in each of them. Whether you are looking for a divorce attorney in Bullock County, Barbour County, or anywhere else in Southeastern Alabama then we can help.
Professional Uncontested Divorce Attorneys in Barbour County
Our Barbour County uncontested divorce attorneys can charge such low flat rates for uncontested divorce because we have done so many in Alabama, and Barbour County in particular, that we know how the local court likes the case filed.
In other words, we are not like a national document preparation company.
These companies of non-attorneys use generic templates that are basically forms that the local judges, and clerk’s offices, despise. In other words, the paperwork they prepare rarely satisfies the Alabama statewide requirements for legal documents in an uncontested divorce, and even more rarely pass the test locally. However, some courts will let it slide and give you a divorce despite this, but most will hold a hearing or otherwise not just rubber stamp the awful, generic paperwork produced by these national companies that are not Alabama licensed attorneys.
Therefore, it is important to retain an Alabama licensed attorney to help you. You can trust that our paperwork will be what the local court requires and be able to get your divorce without a judge holding hearings or otherwise having to parse through shoddy paperwork.
Filing an Uncontested Divorce in Barbour County
Our uncontested divorce lawyers also file the case on your behalf in Barbour County, so we are dealing with the judge’s office so if there are any issues we will handle it for you. You can trust that we will get your divorce through the court system for you, as long as your spouse is cooperative and in agreement on all of your marital issues and is not going to be difficult and disagreeable.
In other words, your Barbour County uncontested divorce is mostly paperwork. There is no court as long as your agreement is approved by the judge. Unless you are doing something unusual, or if it is something not in the best interest of the children, the agreement should be approved by the judge.
This is why it is called an uncontested, because both of you have signed a written contractual agreement. Ultimately, there is nothing for a judge to decide since the two of you have already decided everything by agreement.
Barbour County Uncontested Divorce
As a result of all of your paperwork being prepared and signed in accordance with the local rules of the Barbour County Court (which we will ensure), the Judge should sign your divorce decree with no hassle. Let our Barbour County uncontested divorce attorney get you an online divorce in Alabama.
Our nearest office is located in downtown Montgomery, Alabama but we can do the whole process online and do not have to be physically in Barbour County to handle it for you. If you are needing an uncontested divorce in Barbour County then call us today for a cheap divorce.
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