Huntsville Divorce Attorneys
Huntsville Divorce Law
Huntsville Divorce Lawyer
Our Huntsville divorce lawyers and legal team are currently offering discounted flat fees to handle your uncontested divorce in Madison County. An uncontested divorce with our divorce lawyer is the cheapest and simplest way to handle your divorce complaint and 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 our an experienced divorce lawyer in Huntsville today.
Our Huntsville divorce attorneys are experts in divorce law and are charging flat fees for simple uncontested divorces.
An uncontested divorce is an easy way to get a cheap and fast divorce in Alabama. This does not include the fee that a county charges to record your divorce. This fee varies depending on where you live and what your divorce lawyer charges.
To get the process started our divorce attorneys 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, such as military divorce, then call one of our divorce lawyers in Huntsville for a family law consultation.
Uncontested Huntsville Divorce Attorney
If you are seeking an uncontested divorce in the Huntsville, AL area then it is important to retain a local divorce attorney to handle your divorce proceedings. Even when considering a quick and cheap uncontested divorce, having a local Huntsville divorce lawyer that knows the local requirements of your county can ensure that everything is filed appropriately.
The local and Alabama supreme court have certain local rules in an uncontested divorce that other counties do not have, and our divorce lawyers in Huntsville are familiar with these county-specific requirements regarding divorce proceedings and other types of insurance claims.
If you are interested in a contested divorce, then depending on your situation we may be able to quote you a flat fee to handle your case. In a contested divorce, the process begins when one of you files a Complaint and has your spouse served with the paperwork. Once they are served, your spouse will have thirty days to file a response called an Answer.
When a divorce lawyer prepares their Answer to your Complaint, then both sides can attempt to resolve their contested issues and if these disagreements cannot be resolved then the judge will decide these issues for both of you at a trial.
If you are seeking a contested divorce then feel free to give our divorce lawyers in Huntsville a call today for more information to help you during this legal process.
Quick & Cheap Huntsville Uncontested Divorces
If you and your spouse have no contested issues, then our divorce lawyers may be able to get you a cheap uncontested divorce. To get an uncontested divorce in Huntsville, AL, you and your spouse must have reached an agreement. Filing an agreement when your divorce is started is sometimes called an uncontested or no-fault divorce.
To get one of our cheap uncontested divorces in Madison County, both spouses must have already reached an agreement concerning all marital issues before handling these kinds of complex divorce cases. Also, this is only for the attorney fees and does not include the fee that each court charges when a divorce is filed.
This divorce lawyer fee to practice law from the Alabama state bar can vary greatly from county to county. This fee must be paid before we fill your uncontested divorce and file your divorce papers. Even in a simple, uncontested divorce, it is important to retain a local divorce lawyer to prepare your uncontested divorce documents.
A local Huntsville, AL divorce lawyer is needed since they are aware of the local requirements in your county. Where you start your divorce depends on many factors, and once you have spoken with our attorney we can determine where it is most appropriate to begin the case.
There are also certain clauses and language that may be required in your Settlement Agreement and other documents. This means that if you obtain divorce documents from an online document preparation company, instead of a local Huntsville divorce attorney, then their documents will not likely have the local language and clauses that are required by the Madison County judges.
For example, in Madison County, the answer must contain very specific language that is not required in other counties across the state. Most of the time, not having the correct language in the Answer can cause a simple, no-fault divorce to be dismissed.
If you need a divorce attorney in Madison, Huntsville, Meridianville, Harvest, Hazel Green, or New Hope, then your divorce will likely be filed in the Madison County Circuit Court. Huntsville is the county seat of Madison County with the courthouse being located in downtown Huntsville. Huntsville is located in Northern Alabama and borders Morgan and Limestone County.
Our Huntsville, AL office is located in the Providence Community. We can counsel you through your divorce even if you live in the areas surrounding Madison County in such cities as Decatur, Athens, Scottsboro, Florence, Albertville, or Cullman. Our Huntsville and Decatur divorce lawyers routinely file divorces in Morgan County. We also handle divorces in Limestone & Marshall County.
Our divorce attorney is a proud member of the Huntsville Bar Association and the Better Business Bureau for North Alabama. Take a look at our profile with these organizations for reviews from former clients.
If you have any questions about filing for divorce locally in Huntsville, AL or any other area of Northern Alabama, then contact our Huntsville, AL divorce lawyers and we will be happy to speak with you.
Contested Divorce Attorneys in Huntsville
Beyond just uncontested, our Huntsville divorce attorneys also handle contested divorces. When there is no agreement reached beforehand and there are disputes to settle between the two parties, you file a contested and serve your spouse with a Complaint.
Once officially served, the spouse counters by hiring a divorce lawyer to represent them and to help them file a formal response. The following hearings are set and then a judge decides the disagreements that you two could not resolve on your own without a divorce lawyer.
Our local law firm private practice divorce attorney in Huntsville, AL represents clients and has years of practicing divorce law and child custody and can help you file a contested divorce and serve your spouse and child custody matters if needed. It is, however, important to note that the law firm fees are significantly higher in a contested divorce than in an uncontested divorce. As do most divorce lawyers, we require a retainer for such services.
Our law firm divorce attorney in Huntsville, AL bills hourly, so how much it comes out to depends on how complicated the work is and how much of it is needed. What you pay is dependent on how long it takes to resolve your marital issues in the divorce.
A ballpark amount for contested divorce retainers is usually at least several thousand dollars or more, depending on the complexity of the issues involved and how contested they are. Expect a higher amount when there is child custody or fathers rights are involved, but there are other factors considered when quoting a retainer.
Reach out to our divorce attorneys in Huntsville at our law firm in Huntsville, AL today about your divorce case to find out how much of a retainer we would require upfront to begin working on your marital property case with our skilled family law attorneys with many years of practicing law.
Expect a brief phone consultation with our Huntsville divorce lawyer and family and divorce law team before we can quote you a fee, especially if there is child custody, property division, or other family law issues involved in your divorce cases.
We can set up an appointment in our Providence office and get your divorce filed. Our law firm more than a decade of experience, so let our Huntsville, AL divorce attorney and our family law firm fight for you in your divorce proceeding.
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It depends on which type of divorce you are doing. If you are pursuing an uncontested divorce (where you and your spouse have reached an agreement concerning all marital issues) then you can fill out our questionnaire... Read more
For a contested divorce, you will need to call and speak with one of our attorneys for a quote. However, we usually work with you to structure a low, flat fee instead of expensive retainers that are billed out of at an expensive hourly rate... Read more
As long as you or hour spouse is a resident of Alabama, then you can file here. To be a resident, you have to have resided in the State for at least six months prior to filing a case. If you both are residents of Alabama, then... Read more
An uncontested divorce is where both you and your spouse have reached an agreement about all of your marital issues such as custody, child support, division of property, and all other issues. If you have reached such an agreement... Read more
An uncontested divorce usually takes about one or two months after everything has been signed by both spouses and filed with the court. A contested divorce can take anywhere from 30 days to months or years, depending on... Read more