Uncontested divorce

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"Anytime a marriage ends there is trauma. If both parties can dissolve their marriage by obtaining an uncontested divorce, the emotional and financial trauma is minimized."


                                                                                                                      Tamela Adkins



What is an uncontested divorce?
An uncontested divorce is one in which both parties agree on ALL issues of their divorce.


What issues MUST we agree upon?

  • Custody
  • Visitation
  • Child Support (set by Georgia law based on parents' salaries & expenses of children.)
  • Asset Division
  • Debt Division
  • Alimony 
  • Attorney's fees
  • Division of personal property (furniture, cars, pets, etc.)


How does the process work?

  1. Call or email our office to set a 30-minute consultation. (Consultation fee $35.00)
  2. Arrive 10 minutes early to fill out the paperwork.
  3. Meet with one of our highly trained professionals to discuss your uncontested divorce.
  4. Paperwork will be mailed to you for signatures within 2 weeks of hiring Adkins Law.
  5. Return signed documents to our office.
  6. Adkins Law will mail your uncontested divorce final paperwork to you within 60 days.


Frequently asked questions

Q: Do I need to bring any documents to the consultation?

A: No, the only thing you need to know is your spouse's full name, spouse's date of birth and the date of your marriage.


Q: How long does it take to obtain an uncontested divorce?

A: Once both parties sign all documents in front of a notary and return to our office, usually an uncontested divorce will be completed in 60 days.


Q: Do I (or my spouse) have to go to court?  

A: In most uncontested divorces, over 95%, neither party has to go to court and your divorce will be mailed to you from our office. 


Q: What are the Uncontested Divorce Fees?

A: Divorce with no children - $599.00 + (court filing fee), Divorce with children - $799.00 + (court filing fee)