Orlando Uncontested Divorce Attorney

Whether they are ending a marriage of several years or one that is relatively new, many couples are interested in getting through the divorce process as inexpensively as possible. One way to achieve this is through an uncontested divorce.

An uncontested divorce in Florida means you and your spouse agree to end your marriage, and you are able to agree to the terms of the divorce before filing your paperwork. You may initially disagree on issues such as child custody, parenting plans, spousal support and division of property, but if you can resolve your differences with minimal effort, an uncontested divorce may be a smart way to cut costs.

It is still a smart idea to obtain legal representation for an uncontested divorce. An experienced divorce attorney can protect your rights, file the court documents and help the process move swiftly toward completion.

Orange County No-Fault Divorce Lawyer

The Davies Law Firm, LLC, in Orlando, Florida, assists individuals with uncontested divorces. If you are near complete agreement on the key issues, we will help you resolve the remaining matters and prepare the paperwork necessary to file for divorce.

It is important to emphasize that Florida law does not allow an attorney to represent both parties in a divorce. Your spouse may elect to go without legal representation or retain his or her own lawyer. It is our experience that uncontested divorces work best when there are no dependent children in the marriage and limited assets to divide.

In order to get an uncontested divorce in Florida, you must have resided in the state for at least six months and you must file in the county where you live or where you both last lived together.

Meet With Our Orlando Uncontested Divorce Lawyer

If you have questions about uncontested divorce or other means of saving money while protecting your rights in divorce, call us at 407-540-1010 or use our contact form to schedule a free consultation. We can review your situation and give you a straightforward opinion on whether an uncontested divorce is a workable strategy.