Gwinnett Uncontested Divorce Lawyer

The decision to end a marriage is a difficult one. It can be a source of high emotion, complicated asset division and lifestyle changes for any children involved. However, couples who can come to an understanding and fair rationale on divorce-related issues outside of a courtroom can choose an uncontested divorce. At M. Qader A. Baig & Associates, LLC, we are able to give Gwinnett clients an inexpensive and fast settlement in an uncontested, or no-fault divorce case.

Typically, an uncontested divorce works by first resolving divorce-related issues though a third-party mediation. The following are the types of issues that are fully or partially resolved before filing papers in an uncontested divorce:

  • Property & Debt Division
  • Child Support / Alimony
  • Custody and Visitation

Dedicated No Fault Divorce Attorney

Attorney M. Qader A. Baig is experienced and highly qualified to handle your no-fault divorce in Gwinnett. We give clients the confidence they need in knowing their divorce will be handled efficiently and competently. The low fees and accelerated process of an uncontested divorce can help each spouse put the matter behind them and move on with their life sooner and easier.

At M. Qader A. Baig & Associates, LLC, we understand the sensitive nature of a divorce, whether it is contested or uncontested. You can trust that our attorney is highly skilled yet compassionate and fair-minded when it comes to divorce cases. As your trusted legal support, our firm is equipped to handle all types of divorce cases in Gwinnett.

Please contact our office today to schedule a brief consultation for your uncontested divorce in Lawrenceville. We are committed to providing professional, knowledgeable and attentive legal assistance in all cases of Georgia family law.

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