If both parties have reached an agreement on all marital issues, then it can be easy to get a Butler County uncontested divorce. You and your spouse must be in agreement on all marital issues and both must be willing, and able, to sign all of the necessary paperwork. If you are not in agreement, then you have to file a contested divorce. We can help with that too, but it is more expensive and you would need to set up a consultation with our divorce attorney first.
A Butler County uncontested divorce is the simplest and quickest way to get a divorce in Alabama. Our divorce lawyers are offering flat fees for quick and easy uncontested divorces.
$390 for simple uncontested divorces without minor children
$490 for simple uncontested divorces with minor children
Your Butler County uncontested divorce may require additional fees if there are other issues that complicate the matter such as paternity issues or splitting up 401(k) accounts. There is also a filing fee that the local county clerk charges when a divorce is filed. This filing fee varies from county to county. Give our Butler County divorce lawyer a call today for more information on the filing fee where you live.
If you live in Butler County including the surrounding areas of Greenville or Georgiana, then you will probably be filing the divorce in the Circuit Court of Butler County. The Butler County courthouse is located in Greenville, Alabama. Whether you need a uncontested divorce in Covington County, Conecuh County, Crenshaw County, or Monroe County we can help.
Butler County Divorce Lawyers
Even in an easy uncontested divorce it is important to have a local Alabama divorce attorney that knows the requirements in your county. Most localities have different requirements and Butler County is no different. However, an uncontested divorce can be done entirely online and there is no need to miss work at all in most cases. In an uncontested divorce, our Butler County divorce attorney can always do a phone or video consultation. Therefore, there is never any requirement to meet in person at the office.
Your Butler County uncontested divorce is mostly paperwork. We prepare the legal documents and send them to you. Both spouses need to sign, execute, and return the paperwork for us to file the uncontested divorce. You will get your divorce decree about a month or two later. There is no court as long as your agreement is approved by the judge. You can get an easy divorce since we prepared everything correctly and it has been signed by both parties.
Our Montgomery office is located in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. If you need a divorce lawyer in Montgomery, Crenshaw, or anywhere else in South Alabama then call our Butler County divorce attorneys today for more on how the process works.