Flat Fee Divorce Atlanta, GA


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We are prepared to help you! If you are undergoing an uncontested, zero disagreement divorce from your partner and also wish to limit your costs to something that is manageable but still maintain your best interest, we can provide a. for , GA.

If you and your spouse are in agreement on all issues involved with your divorce, you are an excellent candidate for our service.

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The Porter Law Firm is here to help with your flat-fee divorce in GA.

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How long does a common divorce take?

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

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

A variety of cases are fixed 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 perhaps longer to be finished.

What is the difference between an uncontested divorce and contested divorce in ?

An uncontested divorce case is one in which a signed settlement agreement is sent to the clerk's office at the time the complaint for divorce is filed. All other cases are lawfully considered contested divorces.

How come my case doesn't qualify under your flat-fee prices?

If your divorce consists of problems such as not agreeing on child custody, non-agreement over alimony or not agreeing on the dividing of marital items, a flat-fee divorce is often not an alternative. It is challenging to forecast whether your case can be dealt with swiftly or if it will take substantially longer to finish.

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We are ready to help you through your Georgia contested or uncontested divorce. Call our at 678-710-9100 to get started.

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