Divorce can be an emotionally and legally challenging journey, but you don’t have to go through it alone. Our compassionate and skilled legal team is here to provide the support and guidance you need during this difficult time. Whether your divorce is uncontested, where both parties agree on the terms, or contested, with disputes that need resolution, we have the expertise to assist you. We understand that each divorce is unique, and we are committed to tailoring our approach to your specific situation. Our goal is to help you navigate the complexities of divorce, protect your rights, and work towards a favorable resolution, enabling you to move forward with your life. You can rely on us to be your trusted advocates and allies throughout the divorce process.

Uncontested Divorce

Both parties agree to end the marriage. No issues regarding assets or children.
$ 750 Flat Fee
  • No Court Appearance Required
  • Divorce By Affidavit

Uncontested Divorce & Separation Agreement

Uncontested divorce , including comprehensive separation agreement.
$ 1295 Flat Fee
  • Includes a Comprehensive Separation Agreement
  • No Court Appearance Required
  • Divorce By Affidavit
Separation Agreement
Agreement drafting with the terms specified by the client.
$ 795 Flat Fee
  • Marital home, assets, debts
  • Child custody and support

What is an uncontested divorce?

An uncontested divorce occurs when both spouses mutually agree on all aspects related to their divorce, including property division, child custody, and alimony. This agreement is typically formalized in a written Separation Agreement.  Unlike a contested divorce an uncontested divorce can offer several advantages, including, a speedy divorce, reduced stress, and lower legal costs.

Do I qualify for an uncontested divorce?

To qualify for an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse must live separate and apart for 1 year.

If you don’t have any minor children and you and your spouse have signed a separation agreement, you may divorce after 6 months of separation.

What are separation agreements?

Separation agreements, also commonly referred to as Settlement Agreements, are legally binding documents that divorcing spouses voluntarily sign. These agreements serve to define their responsibilities and entitlements, including matters like child support, financial obligations, and property ownership, both during and after the divorce process.