Uncontested Divorce Helotes
Not every case will have a contested divorce. In many cases, the parties agree on more than they disagree. In these cases, the parties seek an attorney to help facilitate their divorce by taking their agreement and putting it in legal form, in cases of uncontested divorces. Ethically, an attorney cannot represent both spouses during a divorce. However, when working with one spouse, we will strive to ensure that the parties’ agreement is drafted into the final decree of divorce.
While anyone can file for divorce in Texas without an attorney, utilizing an attorney can help ensure that all issues are properly addressed in the Final Decree of Divorce. In addition, in Bexar County, all individuals who file for a divorce without the aid of an attorney must have their paperwork checked by the court’s attorney, which can take time. On the other hand, an attorney can ensure that your divorce moves smoothly and quickly through the court system.
Are You Eligible for an Uncontested Divorce?
Because of the complexities associated with divorce, there are a few things to consider before attempting to have an uncontested divorce. Uncontested divorces typically have an agreement on the issues surrounding: division of property, spousal support and child custody. If both parties have agreed to the same conditions, you both can save time and money.
Securing An Accurate Decree
Bineham & Gillen can assist you with your divorce by ensuring that all the documents necessary to facilitate your divorce are properly drafted and filed with the court. In addition, we can ensure that your agreement with the other spouse is accurately and properly conveyed in the Final Decree of Divorce.
Find Out If Your Divorce Is Uncontested