Uncontested Divorce Attorneys in California

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Settling Your Divorce Amicably

Her Lawyer attorneys | Los Angeles​Not all marriages have to end badly. Spouses that want to end their marriage peacefully can get an uncontested divorce. In an uncontested divorce, spouses agree to divorce terms, saving them both endless time, money, and stress. If two spouses are willing to agree to most or all of the divorce issues, they can seek an uncontested divorce and save their family the pain of a nasty split. If you and your spouse will work together to reach a divorce agreement, get in touch with one of our uncontested divorce attorneys. Our experienced lawyers can help with your entire uncontested divorce process in Los Angeles, Orange County, or San Diego.

What is an uncontested divorce?

An uncontested divorce is a divorce in which neither spouse contests the divorce terms. The responding spouse does not contest their spouse’s petition for divorce. Typically, both spouses work together to settle divorce terms like child custody, property division, child support, and spousal support before filing. This way, spouses can save time, stress, and legal fees that come with divorce court.

Qualifications to Get an Uncontested Divorce in California

To be eligible for an uncontested divorce in California:

  • One or both spouses must have lived in California for at least six months prior to filing
  • One or both spouse must have lived in the county they intend to file in for at least three months
  • An uncontested response is filed within 30 days of service OR
  • No response is filed within the 30 days after service

California’s residency requirements for divorce are six months in the state and three months in the county in which the spouse intends to file in. Furthermore, an uncontested divorce is a divorce in which an uncontested response is filed or a default judgment is reached because no response was filed.

Reaching Agreement in an Uncontested Divorce

In an uncontested divorce, spouses must resolve most or all settlement issues, which may include:

  • Determining child custody and visitations rights
  • Dividing assets and debts
  • Spousal support or alimony
  • Child support

The more disputes resolved before filing, the easier the divorce will be. As long as the spouses work out (or are willing to work out) disputes, the divorce can be uncontested. Speak with an attorney or mediator today to get help reaching a divorce agreement.

California’s Uncontested Divorce Process

Depending on the case at hand, California’s uncontested divorce process can be fairly simple and ordered. Instead of attending court to reach divorce terms in front of a judge, spouses can reach a divorce agreement and file the necessary forms without ever having to step foot in a court.

Spouses don’t have to reach an agreement all by themselves; they can do so in mediation or in the presence of their attorneys. Once all the necessary divorce paperwork has been completed, a judge can decree the final divorce judgment and approve the agreement. The divorce agreement is not legally enforceable until it has been approved by a judge.

Benefits of a No-Contest Divorce

Everyone knows just how costly and time-consuming a nasty divorce can be. Some spouses tragically end up wasting years of their life and thousands of dollars simply because they couldn’t agree on certain issues. The biggest advantage of a no-contest divorce is how cheap and fast it can be. In an uncontested divorce, spouses can work together to create a brighter future.

How An Uncontested Divorce Attorney Can Help You

Not every uncontested divorce ends successfully. Complications can arise if a divorce agreement is not properly drafted, or if divorce paperwork wasn’t completed and filed correctly. It’s crucial that these steps in your uncontested divorce are properly carried out. If you’ve already settled divorce terms with your spouse, an uncontested divorce lawyer can draft your agreement and submit it to the court, along with the necessary divorce paperwork.

Her Lawyer’s attorneys have years of experience successfully handling uncontested divorce. From helping you and your spouse reach a divorce agreement to filing the divorce paperwork, your skilled uncontested divorce attorney can properly handle your divorce. Your experienced uncontested divorce attorney can navigate through California’s complex uncontested divorce process, keeping you informed at every turn.

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Reaching a Divorce Agreement Peacefully

Divorces can be extremely tough on everyone involved. Ending a marriage is no easy task, and can come with serious complications especially if children are involved. As esteemed attorneys, our duty is to help spouses reach a mutually satisfactory agreement that can save them the strain of a nasty divorce. Our uncontested divorce attorneys help spouses with the entire divorce process, from reaching a divorce agreement to properly filing court forms.

Protecting Your Legal Rights, Affordably

Some uncontested divorce cases require that each spouse has their own legal counsel. Spouses that hire their own attorneys can both protect their legal rights and work together to reach mutually satisfactory divorce terms. We recognize that financial difficulties that may come with a divorce; your attorney can create a payment plan that works around your needs and preferences. As skilled lawyers, our ultimate duty is to protect your legal rights.

Individualized Approach

At Her Lawyer, we recognize that every case is unique and requires its own solution. Divorce can involve sensitive issues; your uncontested divorce attorney will approach your case with expertise, confidence, and discretion. You and your lawyer will create a strategized plan to effectively get an uncontested divorce. Our attorneys successfully handle uncontested divorces throughout the state of California in Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego.

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If you’re getting an uncontested divorce and need an attorney, contact us. We’ll get you in touch with the most qualified uncontested divorce attorney for your needs and preferences. Your first consultation is free. We’re here to help you 24/7.

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