If both spouses are in agreement about all issues, then you can get a Limestone County uncontested divorce. Getting an uncontested divorce filed is the quickest way to get divorced in Alabama. Our Athens divorce lawyers are offering discounted flat fees for an uncontested divorce in Limestone County.
You can avoid thousands of dollars in attorney fees and get your divorce decree in a month or so as long as both you and your spouse can agree on all issues and work it out yourself prior to filing anything. An uncontested divorce is the cheapest way to get divorced in Limestone County, Alabama.
$390 for Limestone County uncontested divorces without minor children
$490 for Limestone County uncontested divorces with minor children
If you live in Athens or anywhere else in Limestone County including the surrounding areas of Elkmont, Ardmore, or Madison then you will likely be filing a Limestone County uncontested divorce. Athens if the county seat of Limestone County with the courthouse located downtown.
In addition to this flat fee, there is also a filing fee that all counties charge. Even with an uncontested divorce it is very important to have a local divorce lawyer that knows the requirements in Limestone County. Most local Courts have their own requirements and Limestone County is no different. This is why you need a local divorce lawyer to get a quick and cheap divorce in Limestone County, Alabama.
Quick Uncontested Divorces in Limestone County
Our Limestone County uncontested divorce lawyers are charging a low flat rate for uncontested divorces in Alabama. In an uncontested divorce, it is good to have a local Madison divorce lawyer helping you out. To get divorced, you do not have to actually come into the office to meet the attorney in person or even go to Court. Since an uncontested divorce is mostly paperwork, you can get your divorce online in Limestone County and there is no need to even take off work in most cases. Our uncontested divorce attorney can do a phone or video consultation, if necessary, and we can also answer most of your questions over the phone.
This can be done because you have a signed contractual agreement in your divorce. The judge just has to approve the agreement and issue your divorce decree. It usually takes at least thirty days for you to be officially divorced due to something called a ‘cooling off’ period in Limestone County, Alabama. This ‘cooling off’ period is to give a married couple a delay to make sure it is what they want. But after these thirty days you can be divorced, which is why judges wait to issue your divorce decree.
If you would like a cheap and easy uncontested divorce in Limestone County, then we can help. Getting an uncontested divorce in Morgan County or Limestone County is only simple if everyone agrees on all of the marital issues. To get the process started, you just need to get us a questionnaire explaining what both of your agreement is. Then our Limestone County divorce lawyer prepares the paperwork for everyone to sign and return to be filed. Give us a call now for a cheap divorce in Madison County or Limestone County, Alabama.