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You may be able to get a quick and cheap divorce if you and your spouse have reached an agreement concerning property division, child support, visitation, and all other issues arising from the marriage. If you need a contested divorce we can help you too. However, reaching an agreement and filing an uncontested divorce is the easiest and simplest way to get a cheap divorce in Trussville. Our Trussville divorce lawyers are currently offering discounted flat fees for uncontested divorces in St. Clair or Jefferson County, and throughout Central Alabama.
- $390 for simple uncontested divorces without minor children
- $490 for simple uncontested divorces with minor children
The uncontested divorce in Trussville may require additional fees if there are substantial property or tax considerations involved, business, paternity, retirement, or any other complex issues that would require more time of the attorney. There is also a filing fee that the county charges when a divorce is filed and this varies from county to county.
Give our Trussville divorce lawyer a call today for more information about the filing fee in your county. If you live in Trussville or the surrounding areas of Gardendale, Fultondale, Irondale, Hueytown, Homewood, Leeds, Irondale, or Moody, then you will likely be filing your divorce in either St. Clair or Jefferson County.
Birmingham is the county seat of Jefferson County. Pell City and Ashville are the county seats of St. Clair County with courthouses in the City of Asheville and downtown Pell City. Each county charges a fee to file your divorce. If you are ready to get the process started then you can fill out and send us a divorce questionnaire online. Call us if you have any questions about getting a cheap divorce in Trussville or anywhere else in St. Clair County.
Professional & Cheap Divorce in Trussville
It is very crucial to retain a local Trussville divorce lawyer when filing for divorce to ensure you get proper counseling and guidance during the divorce process. If you have planned to have a contested divorce or a default divorce filed in Jefferson or St. Clair County, then you will have nothing to be worried about as we are here to ensure you get through with it conveniently. Get in touch with us to discuss our fees and go through the process together on the phone.
If all you desire is a cheap and simple divorce in Trussville, then you should settle for an uncontested divorce. It is only paperwork and the process can be started by filling out a questionnaire and other important information that maybe required for the completion of the needed forms and sending it to us online. We need the completed questionnaire in order to begin the process.
The process of filing for a no contest or uncontested divorce in St. Clair County is fairly simple. When you call us, then we can answer any questions you may have over the phone and an in office consultation is usually not necessary. However, both you and your spouse must have reached an agreement in order to file for an uncontested divorce.
If an agreement has not been reached and you wish to get divorced, then you will likely have to file a contested divorce. This is where one party files for divorce and serves the other party. The other spouse, once served, has a limited amount of time to respond and there will usually be hearings and other court proceedings. A contested divorce continues until both parties either reach an agreement as to all contested issues or have a trial and let the judge in their case decide such issues for them.
It is always cheaper and simpler to reach an agreement beforehand and file an uncontested divorce, but if that is not possible then call our Trussville divorce lawyers to discuss the contested divorce process in your county.
Our Trussville Divorce Attorneys
Our Trussville divorce attorneys are currently charging a low flat rate of $390 to handle your simple uncontested divorce without minor children of the marriage and $490 if you do have minor children. This does not include a filing fee that each county requires as well.
Even in a quick and easy uncontested divorce, each county can have different document requirements, so it is important to have a local divorce lawyer file your cheap divorce in Trussville, Alabama. If you need a divorce lawyer in Gardendale, Fultondale, Irondale, Hueytown, Homewood, Leeds, Irondale, or Moody, then your divorce will most likely be filed in either St. Clair County or the Jefferson County Domestic Relations Court, both of which have specific divorce requirements that other counties may not have. For example, when filing a cheap divorce in Jefferson County there are certain documents that must have language included in them that are unique to that county. If these requirements are not met, and the proper motions and other pleadings are not filed in the proper way, then they are likely to dismiss your case and you will have to file it all over again.
If you intended to use online divorce document preparation program, then you should be aware that it may cause the dismissal of your divorce by the judge assigned to handle your case. That is because online divorce document preparation program may not contain the proper language required by the local rules of your particular county. It is crucial to have an actual Trussville uncontested divorce attorney work on your case for you. We have great Trussville divorce lawyers who have in-depth knowledge of the local rules and will ensure that all documents are properly filed in conformity to the local rules.
Our Birmingham office is located in downtown Birmingham and our local divorce attorney regularly files divorces in Jefferson and St. Clair County. They are a member of the local Birmingham Bar Association and the Central Alabama Better Business Bureau. If you call our Trussville divorce attorney today, then we can answer any questions you may have, including what courthouse to file your divorce in.
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Any other way you file for divorce that is not uncontested is known as a contested divorce. If you opt for a contested divorce, it is because no agreement was able to be reached between you and your spouse. This is the more complicated, slower route, which is why we often recommend an uncontested divorce whenever possible. Otherwise, this involves one spouse serving the other with an official Complaint. After this is done, that spouse gets their attorney involved to help them file a response. Hearings are then set and a judge ultimately decides on your disagreements if the two of you cannot do so on your own.
For an experience contested divorce lawyer in Trussville to start working on your divorce, we can help. However, we do find it important to note that this type of divorce incurs significantly higher costs than an uncontested divorce. As do most divorce lawyers, we require a retainer for these services and our attorney will bill hourly based on how long it takes to complete.
Essentially, the more complicated your divorce and the longer it takes to resolve the issues within it, the more expensive it will be. To give our clients a ballpark amount, most contested divorces range from $2000 to $8000 or more, again, depending on the level of complexity with the issues involved and how contested they will are. Important assets, businesses or minor children that were a result of the marriage are example of factors that would affect your retainer by making it more costly. There are, however, other factors involved in quoting you.
If you’re considering a divorce but need to find out how much yours would cost, feel free to call our office. Our divorce attorneys will go over the details of your situation to come up with an estimate of how much your retainer would be.
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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