Greater St. Louis and North Jefferson County Area No Contest Divorce Lawyer
Not everyone is a candidate for a non-contested divorce. Non-contested means that you and your spouse agree to the division of assets and debts, who is going to have the children and they days they will have them, and whether child support will be paid. You and your spouse should be communicating and cooperating to accomplish a division of assets and debts and child issues. If you are not communicating and cooperating, in our experience, a non-contested divorce is probably not for you. If you or your spouse wants maintenance, formerly known as alimony, yours would be a contested divorce. Please visit the LegalEasy site for additional help.
Usually couples who have not been married very long, or who have already separated and divided and re-titled all of their physical property and bank accounts are more suited to a non-contested divorce. We will represent you, not your spouse; we will give you advice and counsel, not your spouse. We will prepare the paperwork to accomplish the agreement you believe the two of you have reached. Once all of the numerous court required forms are signed, they will be submitted to the court for final approval and signature of the judge. If everything goes smoothly, you will not have to take time out of your day to come to my office or go to court.
Choosing non-contested divorce often saves the parties thousands of dollars in legal costs. In most cases, Chris can handle your uncontested divorce for a flat fee of $750.00. Additionally, our family law practice strives to keep the process of filing the proper divorce paperwork as streamlined as possible.
To consult with Fenton uncontested divorce attorney Chris Doskocil about an affordable, effective approach to your uncontested divorce, call (314) 262-4913.
An uncontested divorce can prove to be very beneficial to the children. When you and the other parent are able to reach an out-of- court agreement, the relationship between the parents can remain amicable. It is best to keep the children shielded from any negative behaviors or situations.
Our law firm provides skilled, thorough legal help in division of marital property. Marital property includes any property, assets and debts that were acquired during the marriage.
Once you and your spouse have agreed that divorce is necessary, and on a framework for how you will divide property, completing your uncontested divorce is mostly a matter of completing and filing the proper paperwork. After just a 5 - 10 minute discussion, we make the process as simple as possible by sending you forms and instructions and information you need in one well organized package. This will begin the non-contested divorce process that can be concluded sometimes as quickly as a couple months.
Consult With a St. Louis County Family Law Attorney
Talk to our law firm today about your uncontested divorce. We can be reached by calling 314-262-4913 . Or, you may contact us online.