Helping You Handle The Legal Details Of Your Uncontested Divorce
When separating spouses are unwilling to make concessions or work together, bitter disputes and hostile negotiations often result. However, not all divorces end this way. Sometimes, divorcing parties can resolve matters through mutual agreement.
Top 3 Advantages To Working Together To Resolve Your Divorce
Although uncontested divorce is not always a viable option, it does have many advantages over traditional divorce litigation, such as:
1. The cost: Securing a divorce decree through mutual agreement is much less expensive and time-consuming than reaching the terms of divorce through litigation or even mediation.
2. The say: Divorcing couples understand their circumstances better than a court ever could — which means that they are in the best position to make essential decisions regarding property division, child custody, child support and alimony.
3. The future: In many cases, spouses will have an ongoing relationship even after the divorce decree is issued, particularly when children are involved. Uncontested divorce provides a stronger foundation for future interactions than divorce litigation.
It is important to note, however, that even if you and your spouse can mutually come to an agreement on the terms of your divorce, hiring an attorney is still very important. Skilled legal counsel can make sure all of your concerns are fully addressed and that all necessary documentation, especially the marital settlement agreement, is properly prepared, completed and filed.
Trusted Family Law Attorneys On Your Side
At Pacheco Perez P.A., in Miami, Florida, our attorneys provide experienced, skilled legal representation for separating couples undergoing any type of divorce.
While we are prepared to take your case to final hearing and/or trial, we try to encourage our clients to attempt to resolve a divorce or other family disputes with the other party in an uncontested and amicable manner.
To prepare the documents for an uncontested proceeding, our fees begin at $1,250 and increase depending on the complexity of the issues in your case. Please note that our fee does not include any costs, which includes court-related charges, such as the filing fee, or other charges.
Schedule An Initial Consultation About Your Divorce Or Family Law Concerns Today
Reach out to us to talk about your individual circumstances with one of our experienced lawyers. We will provide a candid evaluation of your situation and guide you through the process of securing a divorce decree.
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