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Uncontested divorce in Georgia

| May 15, 2017 | Divorce |

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An uncontested divorce offers a more amicable approach and is ideal in situations involving minimal issues to be agreed upon regarding child support, child custody, and division of property. Generally, both parties have already reached an agreement pertaining to the terms of the divorce. Uncontested divorce, often referred to as a no-fault divorce, expedites the process, alleviating stress and lessening costs.

This method of concluding a marriage requires both parties to sign a marital settlement agreement. Simply stated, a marital settlement agreement details the terms of the divorce and the relationship between the individuals following the divorce.

Diana Whipkey Young, founding attorney of Marietta’s Young Law Firm, LLC, has ample experience handling all facets of family law, including experience as an uncontested divorce attorney. Together, through thorough discussion, we’ll draft a settlement agreement with which you are comfortable. Marital settlement agreements are tailored to your specific situation but can involve spousal support, child support and custody, marital assets and debt, and property division. As previously mentioned, an uncontested divorce offers a more cost-effective alternative to those requiring a courtroom trial. Ordinarily, costs are only incurred for legal counsel and filing fees.

Experienced, passionate and results-driven uncontested divorce attorney in Cobb County

Whenever circumstances permit, most family law attorneys urge the method of uncontested divorce. Executed through settlement or mediation, an uncontested divorce allows both parties to maintain control over the outcome, as opposed to a judge having no personal ties to your relationship. Marietta-based Young Law Firm, LLC will guide you through the legalities of uncontested divorce, advising you every step of the way. Attorney Diana Whipkey Young strongly believes that amiably arriving at decisions, if possible, regarding your divorce will produce a mutually beneficial outcome.

Call 770-615-7248 or complete our secure online form to schedule an initial consultation. While located in Marietta, attorney Diana Whipkey Young also enjoys helping clients in Paulding County, Bartow County, and Cherokee County find satisfying resolutions to family difficulties.

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For a free consultation, contact us today at 770-615-7248 or, if you prefer, by e-mail using the secure online form on this website. Evening and weekend appointments are available upon request. Our fees are meant to be affordable, and extended payment plans are available, if necessary. Credit card payments are also accepted.