Fort Payne Divorce Lawyers – Divorce Attorneys in Fort Payne
UNCONTESTED DIVORCE STARTING AT $290
Call today at (256) 945-0502
Our Fort Payne divorce lawyers are currently offering discounted flat fees to handle your uncontested divorce in DeKalb County, Alabama. An uncontested divorce is the cheapest and simplest way to get divorced in Alabama.
As long as you and your spouse are in complete agreement about all of your marital issues then you can obtain a no fault or uncontested divorce. If you have already reached an agreement with your spouse then call us today at (256) 945-0502 for a cheap divorce in Fort Payne.
- $290 for uncontested divorces without minor children of the marriage (does not include filing fee)
- $390 for uncontested divorces with minor children of the marriage (does not include filing fee).
If you live in Fort Payne or the surrounding areas of Mentone, Crossville, Collinsville, Rainsville, or Henagar, then you will likely be filing your divorce in DeKalb County. Fort Payne is the county seat of DeKalb County with the county courthouse l
ocated in downtown Fort Payne. Each county charges a fee to file your divorce.
The filing fee in DeKalb County is $277. To get the process started we can mail or email you a questionnaire or you can fill one out online by going to the divorce questionnaire page. If you have any questions then call one of our Fort Payne divorce attorney for a consultation.
Quick & Cheap Divorce Lawyers in Fort Payne, Alabama
It’s very important to retain a local Fort Payne divorce attorney to handle your case if you need a divorce in Dekalb County, Alabama. Even when considering a quick and cheap uncontested divorce, having a divorce lawyer that knows the local requirements of your county is imperative to it being done correctly and according to the law.
Your attorney can ensure that everything is filed appropriately. The DeKalb County courts have certain local rules in an uncontested divorce filing that other counties do not have, and our divorce attorneys in Fort Payne are familiar with these county specific requirements.
There are generally two ways to file divorce, uncontested or contested. An uncontested divorce is where both parties are in complete agreement and it is an easy and much cheaper way to get a divorce. Any other way you file divorce is called a contested divorce, since there are issues that the parties are not in agreement on at the time of filing.
Should you be looking into a contested divorce, then depending on your circumstances, there’s a possibility of us quoting you a flat fee to handle your filing. The process for contested divorce starts when one of you files a Complaint and has your spouse served with the paperwork. Once served, your spouse will have thirty days to file a response called an Answer. At that point, both sides can attempt to resolve their contested issues. Should the disagreements not be resolved, then the judge will decide these issues for both parties at a trial. For a contested divorce, we invite you to give our Fort Payne attorney a call today for more information.
Professional, Easy & Cheap Divorce in Fort Payne, Alabama
If you and your spouse have no contested issues, then you may be able to get a cheap divorce. To get a cheap divorce in Fort Payne, you and your spouse must have reached an agreement. Filing an agreement when your divorce is filed is sometimes called an uncontested or no fault divorce.
Both spouses must have already reached an agreement concerning all marital issues prior to the divorce being filed to qualify for an uncontested divorce in Fort Payne. Although uncontested divorce is a relatively simple process, a local divorce lawyer is necessary so they can prepare your documents properly. A Fort Payne divorce attorney is the best case scenario as they will be familiar with all the intricacies of your local law. When you consult with our attorneys, they can help guide you as to where you need to file your divorce, since it depends on so many different factors. Certain clauses and language might also be required in your Settlement Agreement and other documents. So if you obtain divorce documents from an online document preparation company, instead of a local Fort Payne divorce attorney, there’s a high chance that the required local language and clauses won’t be in there. Very often, failure to contain the correct language in the Answer can cause a simple, no fault divorce to be dismissed.
We can counsel you through your divorce if you live in the areas surrounding Fort Payne. You usually do not have to meet with the attorney in person for an uncontested divorce, but if you would like to we can meet in our Huntsville office located on Memorial Parkway in Madison County, Alabama. Attorney Steven Harris is a proud member of the nearby Huntsville Bar Association and the Better Business Bureau for North Alabama. View our profiles with these organizations for reviews from former clients and call our Fort Payne divorce lawyer today for more information.