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Post-Divorce Planning Checklist (When You Receive Your Final Judgment) Once your divorce is finally over, whether it took four years or four weeks,
Pre-Divorce Planning Checklist (Before Speaking To An Attorney) When clients come in to consult me for the first time, it is unusual (although
Uncontested Divorces in Tampa
Florida Uncontested Divorce Lawyers
Open Palm Law can draft and/or review your uncontested divorce agreement to ensure that you have addressed all issues adequately. No matter how simple your divorce, it is important to have an attorney guide you.
FAQs for Uncontested Matters
An uncontested divorce is one in which there is no opposition to what is requested in the petition, or in which both parties agree to the divorce and the terms of the settlement of all issues.
Yes. Even if you and your spouse are in agreement as to the terms of your divorce, it is important to have an attorney review or draft your agreement and paperwork to ensure that all issues have been addressed appropriately. You will save future time and headaches by ensuring that your documents are prepared correctly now.
Even if your divorce is uncontested, either you or your spouse will need to go to a final hearing during which the judge will enter your final judgment of divorce. It is just a brief hearing… you have already done the hard part of negotiating your agreement!