Helping You File for Uncontested Divorce
Divorce is never something you expect, but divorce can be relatively simple, inexpensive and painless.
When the parties do not have children or significant property it may be possible for me to help with an uncontested divorce. Uncontested divorces are also possible when the parents are able to look past their differences and reach an agreement for the custody and support of their children. A divorce certainly changes a family, but long and expensive custody battles can destroy families, and ruin relationships.
In an uncontested divorce, I only represent one party (a Texas attorney cannot represent both parties in a divorce), and I help prepare the paperwork to reflect the agreement of the parties, while pointing out other issues that may come up.
“Mark handled both sides of my divorce. Even though he made it clear that he was my representative, he treated her with respect and fairness.” J.C.
When you hire The Law Office of Mark C. Thompson to provide legal assistance, my goal is to help you achieve your goals, as quickly and painlessly as possible. Call me toll-free at 888-548-1421 or contact me, a San Antonio uncontested divorce lawyer, online to set up an initial consultation.
Texas Agreed Divorce Lawyer
An uncontested divorce is an inexpensive and easy option available when the spouses have agreed to a settlement, have nothing to fight over, or simply do not want to fight. The Courts favor mediation and will usually order it to be attempted if either party requests mediation.
Even though the parties have agreed to a divorce settlement resolving issues relating to property division, children and support, I can only represent one spouse. That does not mean, however, that my goal will be to put up roadblocks to the divorce or mislead the other party. When I am representing you in an uncontested divorce, I will do everything I can to make the process go as smoothly as possible, including:
- Preparing and filing the necessary paperwork
- Answering any questions you may have
- Resolving procedural issues
- Calculating child support and setting up withholding through the Attorney General’s office
My knowledge of the Texas family court system allows me to quickly get through the process, so that you don’t have to worry about procedural delays.
After I have filed the divorce petition, I will prepare a final divorce decree that is signed by both spouses. After a 60-day waiting period, I will accompany you to the courthouse to approve the divorce and sign the decree before the judge and enter any other documentation as is required by your individual case.
Bexar County No-Fault Divorce Law Firm
Call me toll-free at 888-548-1421 for an initial consultation or contact me, a Texas agreed divorce attorney, online. I help you put this behind you as quickly as possible, as inexpensively as possible.
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