An uncontested divorce is often the best option for divorcing spouses who are able to agree on all issues that must be settled before the divorce can be finalized. An uncontested divorce can save time and money for both parties; however, there are several documents that must be prepared and filed in a divorce case, including:

  • Original Petition for Divorce
  • Waiver of Citation
  • Agreed Final Decree of Divorce
  • Employer’s Withholding Order (if applicable)
  • Bureau of Vital Statistics Form

If you and your spouse have decided to file for divorce and you are both in agreement of all issues related to the divorce, you can choose to represent yourself and have an attorney prepare all the legal documents required by the court.  Preparing and filing the proper paperwork may seem overwhelming and confusing in an already difficult situation.  It is always recommended that you have the assistance of an experienced and knowledgeable divorce attorney to assist you with the process. We offer low cost flat fee options to assist divorcing couples with preparing and filing of the required divorce documents.

Contact Julia Martindill at 512.915.5657 or julia@martindilllaw.com to get more information regarding our low cost, flat fee options to assist with your uncontested divorce.