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Uncontested Divorce

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An uncontested divorce is often the least expensive separation situation for a married couple that wishes to go their separate ways. This situation occurs when both parties agree to all the terms and conditions of the separation agreement. Having legal representation may not seem like it is necessary, but our Murfreesboro team of attorneys has seen many instances where an uncontested divorce can quickly become contested and escalate rapidly. Call today for a FREE consultation and we’ll discuss the unique particulars of your situation.

Minor Agreements Can Be Quickly Resolved

It is rare that a couple who is going through the divorce process will agree on everything from the outset. Minor disagreements are common, even if both parties agree that a divorce is the right way to proceed. In the State of Tennessee, however, ANY disagreement makes an uncontested divorce become contested. This is why the mediation and negotiation phases of a divorce proceedings are so critical.

The further along a divorce stays contested, the higher the costs that divorce will be for both parties. Your Murfreesboro attorney will strive to protect all your rights and represent your position throughout the negotiation process. The experience that our team has can help to resolve most minor issues immediately so that a divorce can remain uncontested and you can keep more of your money where it belongs – in your checking account.

What Happens If Everyone Agrees On the Proceeding?

If there are no disagreements from either party in a divorce, then your Murfreesboro attorney will prepare the marriage dissolution documents that are mandated by law. If you have children, a permanent parenting plan must also be filed for the court’s review when the initial complaint is filed. Once this occurs, you must wait the mandatory amount of time for the divorce to proceed, which is a minimum of 60 days and a maximum of 90 days if children are apart of the divorce.

After the waiting period expires (60 days without children and 90 days with children), the typical experience seen is a brief final hearing before the court where the divorce is finalized. If you’re ready to get started with your uncontested divorce, then now is the time to act! Your free, no obligation consultation with a Murfreesboro attorney can help you begin the first step in the separation process.

Hire An Experienced Murfreesboro Divorce Attorney

The uncontested divorce process is simple at Turner Law Offices, P.C. Murfreesboro location.  During your Free Initial Consultation with one of our divorce lawyers, we will gather all the information to prepare your documentation.  Three (3) days later, you will meet with one of our paralegals to sign your documents and have a divorce attorney answer any questions you may have.  We will file your documents with the Court, and you will be divorced in no time at all!  Request a Free Initial Consultation Online or Call Our Office to schedule your in person free initial consultation.

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