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Let Our Lawyers in Orlando Handle Your Uncontested DivorceIn these challenging economic times, many divorcing couples are choosing less-costly uncontested divorces as opposed to more conventional divorce proceedings. However, an uncontested divorce is only possible if you and your spouse have reached an agreement on all issues pertaining to the end of your marriage. At McMichen, Cinami & Demps, our Orlando divorce attorneys will work with a husband or wife to draw up all paperwork required by the divorce court, file the case and provide you with final paperwork to have your spouse sign. In some cases, this can be done for a flat fee, meaning you will know the entire cost of your attorney's fees upfront. [title size="2" content_align="left" style_type="double solid" sep_color="" class="" id=""]Is An Uncontested Divorce Right For You?[/title] Divorce cases involving arguments over who should receive the family home, child custody or who is responsible for certain debts can easily become complex and costly. As disputes continue, attorney's fees and court costs continue to climb. Extensive costs can be avoided if you and your spouse can agree to the terms of an uncontested divorce. When you come to our office for a consultation, we will discuss your particular circumstances to see if you qualify for an uncontested divorce. We often ask that you bring a list of everything you and your spouse agreed on, pertaining to:
- Assets & liability
- Child custody (time sharing, parental responsibility and parenting issues)
- Child support
- If the two of you have truly reached an amicable agreement, an uncontested divorce may be a financially and emotionally prudent option.