Uncontested Divorce

Georgia No-Fault Divorce

M. Qader A. Baig & Associates, LLC — A Conyers Family Law Firm

An uncontested divorce is a divorce in which spouses agree on each divorce-related issue going into court, ranging from property division to child custody. Compared to a contested divorce where parties disagree, an uncontested divorce can be a relatively straightforward process. Many couples settle their divorces amicably and cost-effectively.

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How Does an Uncontested Divorce Work?

In an uncontested divorce, couples work out their divorce-related issues prior to filing for divorce. This is typically done in mediation, where a third-party neutral assists the couple in coming to mutually agreed-upon decisions regarding:

  • Property division
  • Child custody
  • Visitation
  • Alimony / spousal support

Considering that most if not all issues are resolved before filing, an uncontested divorce can be faster and less expensive than a contested divorce. To find out more about uncontested divorce, contact our law office.

An Alternative Form of Dispute Resolution

At M. Qader A. Baig & Associates, LLC, although we represent one spouse in an uncontested divorce, we remain available to answer questions raised by either party. If the unrepresented party feels uncomfortable proceeding without hiring independent counsel, we work with their attorney to handle matters fairly and quickly. However, if by hiring only one attorney the couple can come to a mutually agreeable, fair settlement, we will help them proceed accordingly.

Contact Us

If you llive or work in DeKalb County, Gwinnett County, Walton County or the surroundiong areas and want to find out more about a no-fault divorce in Georgia, contact a lawyer online or call (770) 929-1665.

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