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We are ready to assist you! If you are going through an uncontested, zero disagreement divorce from your spouse and also wish to limit your costs to something that is workable however still maintain your best interest, we can offer a. for , GA.

If you as well as your partner remain in agreement on all problems involved with your divorce, you are an ideal candidate for our service.

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For how long does a common divorce take?

Georgia law allows a divorce case to be completed 31 days after the defendant has been served with paperwork. We can get a settlement agreement submitted earlier than that, but the judge is mandated to wait until the 31st day after service has been perfected on the defendant to settle the paperwork.

A case may take anywhere from 2 to 6 months if a hearing in front of a judge is not needed but a number of concerns need to be solved.

A number of cases are resolved at the mediation phase or through other official negotiations.

On the occasion that your spouse hesitates to settle in a reasonable way, more complicated divorce cases can take anywhere from 6 months to 18 months or even longer to be finalized.

Exactly what is the distinction between an uncontested divorce and contested divorce in ?

An uncontested divorce case is one where a signed settlement agreement is submitted to the clerk's office at the time the complaint for divorce is submitted. All other cases are legally considered contested divorces.

How come my divorce doesn't qualify under your flat-fee package?

If your divorce includes problems such as not agreeing on child custody, non-agreement over alimony or not agreeing on the division of marital property, a flat-fee divorce is most likely not an alternative. It is hard to anticipate whether your case can be handled swiftly or if it will take substantially longer to complete.

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