Even with an uncontested divorce, all of the same issues must be addressed – custody, property and support – and the assistance of legal counsel will be essential. The two biggest problems any person seeking a divorce has in terms of the process are (a) lack of knowledge about the full range of rights with regard to custody, property and support and (b) lack of complete information with regard to the spouse’s behavior. For example, do you know if your spouse has been completely honest about all finances? Do you know the likelihood of whether a court would award you or your spouse maintenance? These questions can only be fully explored and answered with a skilled and experienced attorney.
Remember: if you learn something important after your divorce is final, it may be difficult or even impossible to bring this matter to the attention of the court. Consequently, you need to do everything possible before agreeing to a Marital Settlement Agreement to discover critical information and learn of your legal rights.
Our Top Uncontested Divorce Blog Posts
What Exactly is an Uncontested Divorce? – Learn what differentiates an uncontested divorce from a contested divorce.
How Long Will My Divorce Take? – A common question our attorneys are asked, the length of your divorce depends on many factors.
Series: Can You Be Too Nice in Divorce? – In Part I, we discuss a case from Nevada where the couple’s divorce was amicable. In Part II, we discuss the outcome and how being “nice” in divorce can impact both parties.
At The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C, we have over fifty years of combined experience handling uncontested divorces. We help individuals understand their rights with regard to all issues, including child custody, child support, spousal support and division of property. We do all required discovery and draft marital settlement agreements. We will appear in court as required and help you avoid appearing in court and making the process run as smoothly as possible.
Time to Act
Time is of the essence. As soon as you select The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C. to represent you, we will immediately put our considerable experience and resources to work on your case. The sooner we can review the necessary information, the sooner we can formulate a strategy for your unique circumstances, helping to insure the best possible outcome.
Your future is at stake. Make the right call and contact us today at (314) 993-6300. There is no charge for the initial consultation – and the only obligation you have is the one you have to yourself to gain the best representation possible.
Contact The Marks Law Firm, L.L.C.
For an initial consultation with an experienced St. Louis divorce attorney, contact us or call our office at 314-993-6300. We will set up a telephone consultation, if necessary, and will meet with you on Saturday upon request. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express are welcome.