Are you wondering if your situation is going to be a cheap uncontested divorce in Georgia?
Any divorce can be a cheap uncontested divorce in Georgia.
This article will tell you exactly what you need to do to:
Let’s dig in.
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An uncontested divorce in Georgia means that both parties agree to:
For an uncontested divorce, you do not have to go to court.
Instead, you fill out a Georgia divorce settlement agreement.
The divorce settlement agreement will have to get approved by the judge.
The judge will approve the settlement agreement as long as it’s fair to both spouses.
Once approved, the judge will grant the divorce decree.
Related: Divorce Laws in Georgia
It’s possible to have a cheap uncontested divorce in Georgia with children.
You just need to figure out your parenting plan with your spouse before you file the divorce papers.
This means you need to figure out:
And when you file the divorce papers, you will need to include the parenting plan with the petition.
As long as you resolve all issues prior to filing, you can have an uncontested divorce with children.
Related: Grounds for Full Custody of Child
You’re probably wondering how to have a cheap uncontested divorce in Georgia.
It’s really up to you and your spouse whether your divorce is uncontested or not.
You both will need to negotiate and agree with each other on important issues.
Some spouses cannot agree to the issues on their own.
But they still want to have an uncontested divorce.
If this is you, you should consider divorce mediation.
Divorce mediation is a neutral third party who will help you resolve important issues.
The cost of divorce mediation is between $500 and $1,500.
But this is MUCH cheaper than having your divorce lawyers negotiate on your behalf.
A mediator will not make any decisions for you.
They help you both communicate and work through the issues.
Related: Questions to Ask A Divorce Lawyer
This is important to know if you want to have a cheap uncontested divorce in Georgia.
You have to resolve ALL issues before you file the divorce papers with the Superior Courts.
You and your spouse may have just decided to file for divorce.
And you most likely disagree on A LOT of things about the divorce.
But that’s okay.
You just need to resolve these issues before you file the papers.
You can reach out to an affordable divorce lawyer before you have these issues resolved.
And you can start the mediation process.
Filling out your uncontested divorce papers is the most difficult part.
If you do it wrong, the judge will deny your uncontested divorce.
This means you’ll lose the filing fees you paid.
And that you will have to start the divorce process in Georgia all over again.
You may try to file the divorce papers out on your own to save money.
But if you don’t fill them out correctly, the courts won’t explain what you did wrong.
They will just deny the divorce petition.
Which is going to cost you more in the long run.
Ignoring the filing fees, the costs of poorly worded divorce papers can be huge.
Badly written parenting plans can cause you to lose custody and visitation that you deserve.
You could lose property that you’re entitled to.
(Or you could give up property that is only yours.)
We’ve even seen spouses get stuck paying their ex’s debts.
You don’t run into any of those problems when we fill out the divorce papers for you.
Most people can’t afford to take off work to sign divorce papers.
You’ve lost enough money to the divorce in Georgia.
So why take off work and drive to your divorce lawyer every time you need to talk?
That’s why you’re able to do everything virtually with us.
You can review and sign divorce papers anywhere you want.
Whether that’s in your car, in a meeting room at work, or at home.
And both spouses can sign remotely.
There is no need for either of you to take off work and show up at our offices.
This makes it super easy for people who have spouses that are in the military or live out of state.
Once your divorce papers get signed and notarized, they are ready to get filed.
You have two options when filing for a cheap uncontested divorce in Georgia:
If you file the papers yourself, we will send instructions on how to do so.
Or you can have us file them for you to make life easier on yourself.
And to make sure nothing gets messed up at all.
The average timeline for a cheap uncontested divorce in Georgia is about 8 weeks.
You usually do not have to step foot inside of a courthouse to get an uncontested divorce.
(And you don’t have to go through a legal separation.)
With our virtual services, you can do everything from home.
Your divorce is final when the judge signs your divorce decree.
They will then file your decree with the Clerk of Superior Court.
After the decree gets signed and filed, your divorce is final.
The cost of uncontested divorce is much lower than contested divorce in Georgia.
The average cost of divorce in Georgia is:
This is why having a cheap uncontested divorce in Georgia is the best route to take.
You can save about $16,000 if you can have an uncontested divorce.
And this is PER SPOUSE.
Related: Dissolution vs Divorce
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