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An uncontested divorce is one in which both spouses agree to all of the terms of the divorce and are ready to move forward. These cases can move quickly when you hire an experienced divorce attorney, and at Burdine Law Firm, you can settle an uncontested divorce for a flat fee. Call today to learn more.
No divorce settlement is easy. When two spouses struggle to agree on the terms of the divorce or, in complex cases, require valuing the marital estate so that you get your fair share, the case may require hearings or trials. With the help of a qualified divorce lawyer at Burdine Law Firm in Nashville, you’ll have the help you need to get the best possible result. Call now.
Child Custody & More
During every divorce settlement, no stone should be left unturned. At Burdine Law Firm, Ms. Burdine can help navigate through child custody agreements and arrangements, visitation, and financial issues including establishing support. If you are going through a divorce and you have minor children, schedule a consultation today.
Pay a Flat Fee for Uncontested Divorce
At Burdine Law Firm in Nashville, we know that going through a divorce can be difficult. In many cases, it is one of the most difficult times in a person’s life. If you do make the difficult decision with your spouse to file for divorce, an uncontested divorce is an ideal way to go. With an uncontested divorce, the process is pretty straightforward. If you and your spouse can agree to the terms of your divorce, you can likely avoid costly hearings and court fees. Having a divorce lawyer like Ms. Burdine can help you navigate the process of filing for divorce and, when it’s uncontested, you simply pay one flat fee. Let Burdine Law Firm take the stress of the divorce process off of your shoulders. Call today for a consultation.
Get the Support You Need Through a Contested Divorce
A contested divorce can be a much more difficult process and one in which you will absolutely want to have the help and support of an experienced divorce attorney on your side. Burdine Law in Nashville can help you through the legal process of a divorce when you and your spouse struggle to come to an agreement over the terms of the divorce. Whether it’s the child custody arrangement, valuing the marital estate where there are family businesses or lots of assets —Burdine Law leaves no stone unturned. We’ll be the advocate that you need in your corner in order to get the best outcome possible. Contact Burdine Law Firm in Nashville today to get the support you need through this difficult time.
The Divorce Process: What to Expect
Maybe you and your spouse have made the decision together to go through with a divorce, or maybe it’s a decision that you made all on your own. No matter how you decide, the question is: what comes next? The first step in moving forward is to file a petition for divorce. Once the petition is filed, documents can be served, and this is where it is determined whether or not the divorce will be contested or uncontested. Some firms will hand you papers and tell you to give them to your spouse without first serving your spouse. This is a dangerous move. Without being served, your spouse is not under the statutory injunction barring him or her from dissipating assets. With Burdine Law Firm, you don’t have to worry about your spouse getting away with dissipating assets, removing you from insurance, or pulling other moves that may irreparably harm you. . Once you’ve made the decision to file, get in touch with an experienced divorce attorney right away. Ms. Burdine is here to help carry the burden of a stressful legal process.
During a contested divorce settlement, negotiations must take place in order to come to an agreement on the terms of the divorce. Ms. Burdine at Burdine Law Firm is here to help you come to the best possible arrangement and to fight in your corner. Going through negotiations without the guidance of a divorce lawyer can be intimidating and overwhelming. With help from Burdine Law Firm, you can rest assured that your needs and wants will be reasonably met when it comes to negotiating the terms of your divorce with your spouse.
Divorce Court: Is It Necessary?
Divorce court isn’t always necessary, even in the case of a contested divorce. If you and your lawyer can negotiate the terms of your divorce peacefully with your spouse and their lawyer, going to court won’t be required. However, if you all struggle to reach an agreement, a trial date must be set for divorce court so that a judge can determine the final terms of your divorce. It goes unsaid that coming to an agreement outside of court is the best option, and with Burdine Law Firm, we do our best to keep your case out of the courtroom.
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At Burdine Law Firm in Nashville, we take your divorce situation and settlement seriously. A divorce is something that you shouldn’t have to go through alone. Let Ms. Burdine at Burdine Law Firm help you navigate through the process and get the best result possible. Call our Nashville law firm today to schedule a consultation.