Pasco County, Florida Uncontested Divorce Attorney
A Faster & More Affordable Solution to Divorce
For a simplified dissolution of marriage, a New Port Richey uncontested divorce lawyer can help you fill out paperwork, file motions promptly, and finalize your divorce settlement in writing.
The courts can grant an uncontested divorce in Florida if:
- Neither party is pregnant
- Neither party is seeking alimony
- Spouses agree on division of debts and property
- Both sides agree to seek an uncontested divorce
- There are no children under 18, adopted or otherwise
- At least one spouse has lived in Florida for six months
Sometimes, a marriage fails, and no one is worried about who is to blame. Both parties agree on how everything should be divided and you both want to end things as quickly and easily as possible. In these cases, a Pasco County divorce attorney can help you work through mediation and a negotiated settlement, to find an efficient and positive outcome.
Divorce does not have to be painful and messy. Contact Dale L. Bernstein, Chartered Law Office at (727) 312-1112 for an appointment about your uncontested divorce today.
Should You Do It Yourself?
Some people aiming to save money think they should complete their uncontested divorce without help from a lawyer. While you can find forms online, it is important to have a qualified divorce attorney involved. A lawyer can assist you in making sure that you file all paperwork correctly.
It is also important to have a lawyer well-versed in family law to help you through mediation and help protect your rights through the process. You never know when a simple uncontested divorce can become tense. Having an attorney on your side can help smooth things over in negotiation.
By hiring an experienced New Port Richey divorce lawyer, you can avoid mistakes that can cost you time and money. You will also have an advocate in your corner if things get messy.
For an appointment about your uncontested divorce, give our firm a call at (727) 312-1112 today.