If everyone is in agreement about all issues in the marriage such as child support, custody, and property division then you might be able to get a simple online divorce in Calhoun County, Alabama. As long as both parties are in agreement on everything, then you can get an uncontested divorce.
To do a divorce completely online with no court hearings, you must file something called an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce is the simplest way to get divorced in Alabama. Our online divorce attorneys are currently offering discounted flat fees for an uncontested divorce.
$390 for simple uncontested divorces without minor children
$490 for uncontested divorces with minor children
If you live anywhere in the State of Alabama, then we can file your online divorce in the county where you or your spouse reside. In addition to this flat fee, there is also a filing fee in an online divorce. All counties charge this additional fee for a case to be filed and they vary from one county to the next. The local courts have their own requirements and since we file online divorces across the State of Alabama, we know the requirements in every county in the State. Therefore, we can handle your online divorce no matter what county you are in, as long as you can use mail, email, phone, or the internet then we can get your easy and cheap uncontested divorce done on your behalf.
Call our online divorce lawyer today for information about getting divorced completely online without ever having to leave your house or take off work.
Fast Calhoun County Online Divorces
Our Calhoun County online divorce attorneys are charging a low flat rate to file an uncontested online divorce in Calhoun County. This does not include the filing fee which varies from county to county. If you call our online divorce law firm today, we can tell you the filing fee where you reside. Other than the attorney fee and the filing fee, there are no other fees since there are generally no hearings in an online divorce in Calhoun County.
In an uncontested divorce in Calhoun County, it is best to have a local attorney to help you out. An attorney from another state can usually not file a case for you here, since they are not licensed to practice in the State of Alabama. That is why the national legal paperwork preparation companies just prepare the paperwork for you to get signed and file yourself. This means that after you and your spouse sign and execute the paperwork, you have to physically go to the Courthouse and file it yourself. At that point, if there are any issues with how you or your spouse signed it how it was prepared, the contents of your settlement agreement, or if there are just certain local documents or forms that the county you file in require and the national document preparation company did not know about then the judge will dismiss your case. Our online divorce attorneys stay on top of your case to ensure it goes as swiftly and easily as possible.
A Calhoun County online divorce can be done so simply and easily because you have a signed contractual agreement in your divorce. There is really nothing for a judge to do since both parties are in agreement. Once the online divorce is filed, it usually takes at least thirty days for you to be officially divorced. This is because there is something in Alabama called a ‘cooling off’ period.
If you would like a simple online divorce anywhere in Alabama, then we can easily get that done. To get the process started, you must make sure that everyone is in complete agreement on all issues. Then you get us the information we need online, pay the flat fee, and our Anniston divorce lawyers will get to work on your case. Give us a call now for a fast divorce in Alabama.