Fort Worth Uncontested Divorce Lawyer
Uncontested or Agreed Divorce = Simple
When a marriage ends, it is always sad. But it does not have to be complicated. Sometimes two people agree on everything. Fort Worth uncontested divorce lawyer, Bob Leonard has developed a straightforward plan to help you finish this chapter in your life simply.
First, you meet with the legal team at Bob Leonard Law Group to discuss the divorce. Next, through a series of very easy questions, we can decide if you truly have an uncontested divorce. Finally, we will develop a custom plan to move forward quickly and painlessly. Complete your entire uncontested divorce in fewer than three months. . . free to enter life’s next chapter.
Agreed Uncontested Divorce Property Division
Agreed, uncontested divorce property division means that both parties agree on how they want to split all their property, including retirement accounts, vehicles, real estate, bank accounts, furniture, personal property, etc. Even if you agree on everything financial, a divorce attorney makes sure the paperwork is done properly so there are no surprises later. As a Fort Worth uncontested divorce lawyer, Bob can draw up the paperwork, file it and get everything ready. He will go with you to court to prove up the matter and provide you with a solid, enforceable final decree of divorce.
Agreed Uncontested Divorce Child Custody
Agreed, uncontested child custody means that both parties agree on all issues relating to the child(ren). When it comes to your children, even if you agree on all the issues, you want a divorce attorney to prepare all of the documents to make sure your final order is accurate and meets your approval.
Fort Worth Uncontested Divorce = Fast
Once you and your spouse agree on everything, move ahead with the proper paperwork. Have a divorce lawyer draft and file your documents with the court. Texas Law requires that you wait a minimum of 60 days after filing your uncontested divorce before a prove up. Divorce lawyer Bob Leonard will schedule your court date for you as soon as possible and have everything ready to go. In an uncontested divorce, only one party needs to appear in court.