We often think of divorce as a lengthy, drawn-out court battle that may linger for years and cost a fortune in attorney fees. Fortunately, not all divorces are like that. In some cases, it makes sense to avoid the expense and delay of a traditional courtroom divorce.
Uncontested divorces typically resolve more swiftly and painlessly than divorces involving heavy conflict. The parties are empowered to make their own decisions rather than submitting to a judge. They often end up with more satisfying and workable resolutions.
Various legal tools — such as mediation and other collaborative techniques — can help resolve any questions or disagreements that do arise during the process. A more collaborative approach may be appropriate for you if:
While uncontested divorces involve far fewer complications than contested cases, that does not mean you should forego an attorney entirely. Professional legal advice is critical to making sure you have covered all the necessary grounds and tied up loose ends. Quick solutions and do-it-yourself divorces often end in disaster for everyone involved. A lawyer can help prevent problems from surfacing down the road.
In Louisiana, contact the law firm of Betsy A. Fischer, LLC. We offer a wealth of experience handling uncontested divorce cases. In fact, our attorney recently authored and published a comprehensive book on Louisiana divorce law. She is well-equipped with the skills and knowledge to guide you through the divorce process.
For those committed to making it through divorce unscathed by bitter disputes and endless fighting, we can help you do so.
The cost of an attorney’s guidance is a worthwhile investment compared to the extraordinary costs involved in fixing messes later. We make it an easy choice to consult with an attorney by offering discounted flat-fee guidance in uncontested divorce cases.