Helping You Stay Out of Court, While Finding the Right Solution

When you and your spouse are able to cooperate with one another about settling marital matters, we can help you file for an uncontested divorce with an agreement.

If you know the terms you want in an agreement, we can draft an agreement for you from our questionnaire.

If you are not sure what terms you want in an agreement, we can offer you a consultation. In your initial consultation, we will explain the steps available to you to reach an agreement with your spouse in a cooperative setting, while protecting yourself and your loved ones. We’ll explain your rights, tell you how the process works, and show you the best way to go about it – including the decisions that have to be made. Should you have a contested matter we will refer you to experienced divorce litigators that we trust.

We will provide you with a comprehensive questionnaire, which will detail for you all the matters where you and your spouse need to be in agreement – focusing on finances and matters related to any children. If you feel you and your spouse will be in agreement about these matters or if you want to propose to your spouse terms for an agreement, we can provide the drafted agreement to you, so you can pass it along to your spouse.

The process requires cooperation and communication between you and your spouse. But when an agreement has been reached, we can file for an uncontested divorce with an agreement, saving significantly on costs and stress.

Meet With Us in our Welcoming, Comfortable Offices

We want to help you find the right solution. The starting point is calling our offices at (804) 897-1515. Our friendly staff will set up an initial consultation for a fee of $225. They will provide you with a brief questionnaire which gives us a view to how we can help, and lets you get the most benefit from your initial consultation. We look forward to serving you.

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