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Uncontested Divorce Attorneys

Ending a marriage is stressful enough. We can ensure your process is as seamless as possible by providing the trusted legal guidance your uncontested divorce needs.

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Williamson County Uncontested Divorce Attorney

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At Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard, we highly value your decision to conduct your divorce without the chaos and animosity that unfortunately characterizes many of them. Whatever your reasons for divorce, we understand that you are both ready for this change and want to make this shift as easy as possible for yourselves and most likely for your children, as well. We are just the team to make this a reality. Our experienced team of trained and compassionate professionals are fully equipped to help you reach peaceful resolutions in crucial aspects of your divorce, saving you and your family extensive costs and painful courtroom experiences. Our goals are the same as yours – to place this event behind you and establish for your family a bright and happy future. Call (254) 221-8702 today to learn more!

Terms of Uncontested Divorce

While many couples desire an uncontested divorce for the time and money saved, it is still important to know that controversial agreements still need to be made, and both parties must come to a compromise in touchy areas. These areas can include:

  • Grounds for Divorce
  • Division of Property
  • Maintenance/Alimony
  • Child Support
  • Child Custody
  • Visitation Plans

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Questions

  • Is Uncontested Divorce for Me?

    Answer

    It is not for every couple, or for every individual. Uncontested divorce can be convenient for no-fault divorces, but in those that are more complicated – such as divorces involving domestic violence, child abuse, or ones that lack mutual agreement on the divorce in general, it is a bad idea.

  • What If My Spouse Refuses to Sign the Paperwork?

    Answer

    Uncontested divorce hinges on mutual cooperation. If your spouse does not want the divorce or refuses to compromise, it will become a public divorce with court mandated hearings and procedures.

  • Are There Other Benefits of Uncontested Divorce?

    Answer

    Besides the fact that cost and conflict are generally lowered, soon-to-be-divorced couples enjoy a number of added benefits, including increased levels of privacy, control, and ability to negotiate.

  • Is Joint Representation Possible?

    Answer

    One attorney can fill out the necessary paperwork to initiate the process, but generally, it is best for each of you to have your own representation avoid conflicts of interest or perceived unfairness.

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