Camden County Uncontested Divorce
A Camden County uncontested divorce (sometimes called "No-Contest Divorce" or "No-Fault Divorce") is the fastest, cheapest and least stressful way to divorce. Few divorce cases, including uncontested divorces, are completely free from disagreement. However, in an uncontested divorce, disagreements are informally worked out before filing the actual divorce with the Court. This simplifies the divorce proceedings, saves time and lowers your costs. It also keeps much of your personal information private.
Whether you have a simple divorce or one a complicated one, the uncontested divorce process can work for you. But, the two of you must agree to work out the details of a settlement agreement.
We strive to make every Camden County uncontested divorce affordable and dignified.
To schedule a consultation with Georgia divorce attorney Robert L. Jones, contact us online or call us at (912) 215-7677.
Is an Uncontested Camden County Divorce Right for Me?
For a divorce to be uncontested, you and your spouse must agree on all of the basic issues before the actual divorce filing. Basically, this means that both of you sign a marital Settlement Agreement. We prepare this critical document for you. But first, we thoroughly discuss all aspects of your divorce case with you. Of course, we provide advice to you on the issues in that process. Here are the most common issues.
- Marital assets and property division (also called equitable division or property).
- Debt allocation.
- Child custody and visitation (including a detailed Parenting Plan).
- Spousal support/Alimony (when appropriate) and child support.
If you both can agree on these issues, you can successfully complete your uncontested Camden County divorce. The judge will not need to decide the details for you. You and your spouse will work out all issues and the judge will simply approve the paperwork. Of course, the details must be legal and proper. Part of what we do is to make sure that the paperwork is correct. That way, the judge does not have to intervene and just approves your divorce agreement.
We Can Help You Reach Agreement for the Uncontested Divorce
Even if you and your spouse have a few disagreements or uncertainties, an uncontested divorce can still work for you. We give you advice on all of the issues and offer suggestions. Then, we custom-prepare all documents for your particular divorce.
Both parties will be required to sign the Settlement Agreement. This Agreement formally documents your agreement with your spouse on the issues in your uncontested Camden County divorce.
Over 90% of our clients seeking an uncontested Camden County divorce can and do terminate their marriage efficiently and inexpensively. In an uncontested divorce, this is done without the public intervention of a judge. Of course, part of our services for your uncontested Camden County divorce is the preparation of all required legal paperwork. Then we present all of that paperwork to the court.
When minor children are involved, we actually prepare your Child Support Worksheet. Of course, we also create a detailed Parenting Plan for your case.
Contested or Uncontested: You Decide
Every person/couple having marital difficulties should seek the advice of a marriage counseling professional. But, if divorce is inevitable, every couple should use all means possible to work out acceptable terms on all issues. This can be done independently, or through mediation (or even arbitration). Uncontested divorce saves time, money, and stress, and frees you from a lengthy and expensive court battle.
Once basic decisions are made and the Settlement Agreement has been signed by you and your spouse, we file for the divorce with the Court. Your case can then be finished in as little as about five weeks after the filing. Of course, the actual processing time for any uncontested divorce can vary.
In our Camden County uncontested divorce process, no sheriff will come to serve papers on your spouse. And, all documents are completed in privacy and with dignity.
If your case involves minor children you may be required to attend a seminar for divorcing parents. Please click the "Resources" link above to find a link to more information on the seminar.
Cost of a Camden County Uncontested Divorce
Our uncontested divorce services are professional and fast, and our fees are low and flat, starting at:
$299 for a Camden County uncontested divorce with no minor children. Or, our fee is $599 for an uncontested Camden County divorce with minor children.
Our fees do not include the filing fee or other court costs. We begin to prepare all documents for your case as soon as possible. Therefore, our low, flat fee must be paid in full to start your uncontested divorce case. However, court costs (around $270) are not paid until all documents have been signed by both parties. Once you have paid the court costs to us, we pay all fees to the Clerk on your behalf. We then actually e-file your uncontested divorce case for you and represent you with the Superior Court of Camden County.
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What We do in Your Camden County Uncontested Divorce
Our services include analyzing your situation and providing appropriate legal advice. Next, we custom-prepare all necessary documents for you and your spouse to sign. Then, we file the case with the Court and process the divorce to completion.
We do NOT negotiate with your spouse or opposing counsel. However, we provide legal advice to our client only on any issue in the case. We also suggest possible solutions to problems. This will be based on sound knowledge of the Law and experience gained from handling thousands of Georgia divorce cases.
Under Georgia Law, we can only represent one party and, typically, that is the Plaintiff (the person officially asking the Court for the divorce).
If your divorce does not involve minor children, we do not require that you even meet with us in person. Instead, we find that teleconferencing with our client only is a very efficient alternative.
What if Minor Children are Involved?
If your divorce involves minor children, we handle the complicated calculation of the child support obligation required by Georgia Law. This is in the form of an online Child Support Worksheet Additionally, we prepare the Parenting Plan that is required by the Camden County divorce court. Typically, this is accomplished at an in-person conference at our office (or by telephone) that lasts about ninety minutes.
Optional Services for a Camden County Uncontested Divorce
For an additional, reasonable fee, we can prepare a Qualified Domestic Relations Orders ("QDRO"). This special document is for the transfer or division of some retirement assets. Additionally, we can prepare documents necessary for the transfer of real estate (deeds). We can quote a reasonable fee for these additional services.
Military Uncontested Camden County Divorce
A military uncontested Camden County divorce can be especially practical for individuals who are on active duty and even deployed who need a military divorce in Georgia. Even relatively simple divorces can become more complex with the unusual or even unique concerns of military service members and theirs spouses.
The cost of a military Camden County uncontested divorce is the same as for a civilian uncontested divorce.
Camden County Uncontested Divorce by Publication
Occasionally, couples simply lose track of each other after separating and one wants to simply get divorced. A special kind of uncontested divorce is possible if you really do not know where he/she is and have no way of finding out so that the two of you can sign the necessary uncontested divorce documents. We can help you with a "Publication Divorce."
The cost of a publication divorce is a little higher and takes a little longer because of the extra steps that must be taken. But, you still can get the divorce even if you cannot locate or contact your spouse. Just contact us online or call us at (912) 215-7677 to find out more.
Start Your Camden County Divorce
Regardless of whether your divorce in Camden County is simple or complex, you need an experienced Camden County divorce lawyer. We can assist you through the divorce process. You can start that process right away by contacting us at (912) 215-7677.
The cost of divorce in Camden County, Georgia does not have to be expensive. In an uncontested divorce, for example, the parties have agreed in advance how to divide marital property, allocate debts, arrange for custody of minor children, and set child and spousal support. To schedule your personal consultation with Robert L. Jones, an experienced Camden County divorce attorney, contact us online using the "Getting Started" link above or call (912) 215-7677.
Uncontested divorce can be a great fit for military families who have limited time and financial resources and need to get the process completed correctly and quickly. With the increased schedule demands on military families it can seem almost impossible. Robert Jones helps military families work through the special legal and financial issues to resolve their divorce as efficiently as possible.
Fast, Efficient and Low-Cost Divorce
At the Law Office of Robert L. Jones, we combine thorough and comprehensive divorce and family law legal services with efficiency, speed, and low costs. Contact a lawyer or call (912) 215-7677 today.