DECATUR DIVORCE LAWYERS
If you are living in Decatur, Alabama or surrounding areas and are seeking a divorce, the fastest and cheapest way to get a divorce in Morgan County is for you and your spouse to reach an agreement as to the division of marital assets and child visitation/custody issues and to have a Decatur divorce lawyer file your uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce is usually the simplest way to get a divorce in Alabama, but in order to do so an agreement must be reached as to every issue concerning the division of property, marital debts, child custody, visitation, and child support/spousal support. Once an agreement has been reached, then our divorce attorneys will prepare all of the legal documents for you and once the documents are properly signed and executed, then we will be able to file your no contest divorce and you should be able to receive your divorce decree in about 6-10 weeks without having to go to Court before a Judge.
If you live in Decatur, Alabama and have reached an agreement with your spouse, then our divorce lawyers can help you with your uncontested divorce. We charge $320 in attorney fees for a no contest divorce where there are no minor children in the marriage and $420 in attorney fees if there are minor children of the marriage. In addition to our attorney fees, each county across the State charges a different filing fee that must be paid when the divorce is filed. In Morgan County, which is where you would most likely be filing your divorce if you live in Decatur Alabama, the filing fee is about $215 (which includes a small convenience fee for filing online). The attorney fees must be paid up front in order for us to prepare your legal documents, and the filing fee must be paid after all of the documents have been properly signed and executed, but before the case is filed.
Decatur, Alabama is in both Limestone and Morgan Counties and has a population of about 55,738 people. It is the county seat of Morgan County and if you file for an uncontested divorce in Morgan County, then you will most likely have to go to Court in the County Courthouse in Decatur, Alabama. However, by reaching an agreement and having our divorce attorneys file your uncontested divorce in Morgan County, you should not have to go to Court before a Judge. It is important that you reach an agreement if you and your spouse do not wish to have to go to Court and want to file for divorce in the quickest and least expensive way possible.
Below is a list of local Decatur and Morgan County resources. Please take a look at them for more local information:
Give our Decatur divorce lawyers a call today if you are seeking an uncontested divorce in Morgan or Limestone County.