If both parties have reached an agreement, then you can get an easy Barbour County uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce means that you and your spouse agree on everything. In order to do it, both of you must sign all of the paperwork we prepare and return it for us to file.
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.
To do an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse must be in complete agreement. That means you need to agree on child support, property division, and all other matters. It is mostly paperwork as long as you are both in complete agreement. Our uncontested divorce lawyers can help guide you through the entire process and we file it for you too!
Barbour County Divorce Lawyer
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:
Sometimes an uncontested divorce may require additional fees, but in most cases that is the only attorney fee. There is also a filing fee that depends on the county. If you want to know the filing fee in Barbour County, just give us a call.
If you need a divorce in Clayton, Eufaula, Clio, Bakerville, Louisville, or Blue Springs, then you will probably be filing the divorce in the Circuit Court of Barbour County. Our uncontested divorce lawyer file divorces in every county in the State of Alabama. Whether you are looking for a divorce attorney in Bullock County, Barbour County, or anywhere else in Southeastern Alabama then we can help.