The Hughes Law office offers a free consultation for an uncontested divorce in all counties of Georgia. A good part of our time is spent giving our clients a free consultation on uncontested divorces. We clarified, to begin with, what an uncontested divorce is. And uncontested divorce, or an agreed divorce, or a no contest to divorce, is a divorce in which the parties are in agreement, sign and notarize all the documents, and the documents are filed all at once. Our best advice if one of the parties are still on the fence about getting a divorce, is to wait until there is a full agreement and both parties will sign and notarize all the documents. If one of the parties refuses to sign the documents after a reasonable amount of time, the other party may have no choice but to file a petition for divorce have the other spouse served, and they will be on the long road of a contested divorce litigating their way through the courts. The average cost of an uncontested divorce without children in Georgia was $15,000 back in 2018. And perhaps the worst part of it, thanks to the pandemic, is that it’s difficult to schedule a hearing, even remotely, and all courts have a considerable backlog of cases. A contested divorce with children can easily take two years or more.
In our free consultations we offer information on all aspects of an uncontested divorce. Some of this information can be complex, such as dividing a business or multiple housing. And in uncontested divorces with children there are usually questions about child support, alimony and child custody.
Visit us at https://MariettaDivorce.com or call us at 770-933-0780 for a free consultation.