There are two types of divorce. A contested divorce means that one of you files for divorce and the other one fights the entire process. Maybe you or your spouse fight (or contest) the divorce for valid reasons. Maybe someone is just trying to make life difficult. Regardless of the reason, contested divorce can take a long time and cause a lot of stress in your life.
An uncontested divorce means that the two of you are not fighting over the divorce or any of the terms. This type of divorce takes less time. As you can imagine, it’s the preferred type of divorce. Since it takes less time to sort out, it’s often less expensive.
Should You File for Divorce on Your Own?
You’ve probably seen signs or ads advertising services that will draft your divorce documents at really low rates. Should you do this and file your divorce on your own? Here’s what you need to know about divorce documents:
You might pay less than $300, but you’re totally on your own and you won’t know for sure if your paperwork is drafted according to current state law and according to your court’s rules.
Low Priced Divorce
Divorce is hard even if the two of you agree that the marriage is over. Don’t put the extra stress on yourself by relying on someone who isn’t a licensed attorney. You can get affordable and compassionate legal representation for your divorce from Faulk Law Firm, PLLC.
Faulk Law Firm, PLLC. has a low retainer fee, and also offers an incredibly low rate for uncontested divorces. Robert R. Faulk practices law in seven counties and gives his clients expert, friendly representation during the emotionally painful time of divorce.
Call Today for Your Free Divorce Consultation
You get more than an attorney when you partner with Faulk Law Firm, PLLC. You also get a friend; that’s so important during a divorce. Faulk Law Firm, PLLC. cares about you and offers free divorce consultations. Call today to schedule your free consultation: 580-249-9100. If you’re in the Enid area, stop by our office: 109 E. Randolph. We look forward to meeting you.