If you and your spouse are both in agreement on everything, then you can do a simple online divorce in Lee County. The best way to get an online divorce is something called an uncontested divorce in Lee County. An uncontested divorce is where both spouses reach an agreement without attorneys and just pay the lawyer to prepare the paperwork for everyone to sign. If everyone is in agreement about all issues in the marriage such as child support, custody, and property division then an online divorce in Lee County can be done in most cases without any hearings.
Our online divorce attorneys in Lee County are currently offering discounted flat fees for an uncontested divorce. Our Auburn divorce lawyer can offer these fees since there are no hearings. As long as both of you are in complete agreement then it is only a matter of filing paperwork electronically with the Lee County Circuit Court.
$390 for an online divorce in Lee County without minor children
$490 for an online divorce in Lee County with minor children
If you live anywhere in Lee County, then we can file your online divorce in and around the Auburn area. For example, if you live in Opelika then you can fill out the questionnaire online letting us know your agreement and pay the fees online too. Once we receive all fees and the questionnaire, then our uncontested divorce attorneys prepare all of the paperwork and get it out for both of you to execute and return to us to file an online divorce in Montgomery County or wherever you reside. Once it is filed, the judge will issue your divorce decree about a month or two later in most cases. You will usually receive your decree by email without any court proceedings. If you want an appointment with our divorce lawyer, you can have a consultation over the phone or in person.
In addition to this flat fee, there is also a filing fee in an online divorce in Lee County. All counties charge this additional fee for a case to be filed and we have to pay this when we file your uncontested divorce. Even with an easy online divorce it is always best to have a Montgomery divorce lawyer that knows the requirements where you reside. The local courts have their own requirements and since we file online divorces across the State of Alabama, we know the requirements in order to ensure the process goes smoothly.
To start an online uncontested divorce in Alabama you just need to fill out a divorce questionnaire online. Call us today for an easy online divorce in Lee County, Alabama.
Online Divorce Attorneys in Lee County
In an online uncontested divorce in Lee County, it is best to have a local Auburn divorce lawyer help you out. An attorney from another state cannot file your case here, since they are not licensed to practice in the State of Alabama. That is why the national legal document preparation places online are usually not the best option. When they prepare your paperwork, their job is done. This means that after you and your spouse execute all of the paperwork, then you have to physically go to the courthouse and file it yourself. At that point, if there are any issues you are on your own.
However, when you file an uncontested online divorce with our law firm, we handle it the entire way so you do not have to. After you and your spouse sign the paperwork, we file it for you and get it to the judge to sign. If there are any issues with the paperwork, we deal with the judges office to get it resolved. This way we work with you to ensure your case does not get dismissed and you get your divorce decree as quickly as possible.
Once the online divorce in Lee County is filed, it usually takes about thirty days for you to be officially divorced. This is because there is something called a ‘cooling off’ period. This ‘cooling off period is thirty days and is an old law that is meant to allow both spouses time to reconsider. After the thirty days, a divorce judge can officially divorce you, which is why we tell clients it takes a month or two to get divorced online in Lee County, Alabama. Give us a call now for an online divorce in Lee County, Alabama.