Uncontested Divorce

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What is an Uncontested Divorce?

An uncontested divorce is the most common separation route for spouses who have mutually agreed to divorce. With the aid of an experienced divorce attorney, these cases often move forward quickly, as both parties have already agreed to all the terms of the divorce. At Burdine Law Firm, we’re experts in settling uncontested divorces quickly, with as little stress as possible. That’s why we’re able to complete all uncontested divorce proceedings with a reasonable flat fee. Contact our team today to learn more.

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When handling your uncontested divorce process with Burdine Law Firm, you’ll experience:

  • A Reasonable Flat Fee

  • Proceedings Outside of a Courtroom

  • A Quick Process

  • Mitigated Stress

  • Access to a Wealth of Legal Experience

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Flat Fee For Uncontested Divorce

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More than 10 years of Family Legal Experience

Why Choose an Uncontested Divorce?

Uncontested divorces are often faster and cheaper than contested ones. Since both parties already agree on the terms of the separation, there’s no need for courtroom arguing or extended legal proceedings. Divorces are arduous and emotionally fatiguing by nature, so taking as much stress out of them as possible with an uncontested divorce is often preferable to a long, drawn-out process.

Other Reasons to Choose an Uncontested Divorce

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They Help Your Affairs Remain Private

In an uncontested divorce, you’ll maintain your privacy and hold a fair amount of control over the process.

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More Affordable

Contested divorces in the United States cost, on average, between $5,000 and $15,000, while uncontested divorces only require you to pay filing fees and modest attorney fees.

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Less Time Wasted

During a divorce, the last thing you want is to live in an emotionally draining state for months or years on end. Uncontested divorces are much quicker than contested ones.

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Avoid the Courtroom

Courtrooms are stressful areas to be on any given day, but they’re even worse when you’re handling your divorce in them. Stay out of the courtroom with an uncontested divorce.

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The Burdine Difference

Ms. Burdine is a Tennessee native with a passion for helping other Tennesseans settle their divorce proceedings and child custody disputes as quickly as possible. She has practiced domestic, matrimonial, family, divorce, child custody, and adoptions law for over ten years. Her broad expertise will help you navigate your divorce and child custody proceedings with ease.

How to Proceed with an Uncontested Divorce

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Decide that a Divorce is the Right Route for Your Relationship

Make sure you’re absolutely certain that you’re ready for a divorce. Utilizing options such as couple’s therapy and relationship coaching could help repair aspects of your relationship that you feel are broken.

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Contact the Burdine Law Firm

Once you decide that a divorce is the best path forward and you and your spouse agree to resolve it via an uncontested route, contact Burdine Law to start the proceedings.

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Follow Your Attorney’s Instructions

Burdine Law will instruct you on the correct processes, documents, and other legal items you and your spouse will need to complete. Follow Ms. Burdine’s instructions throughout the process to make sure things go as smoothly as possible.

Other Areas the Burdine Law Firm Can Assist You

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Child Adoptions and Guardianships

We’re Here To Help

If you’ve made the difficult decision to separate from your partner, Burdine Law is here to help. Ms. Burdine brings more than a decade of experience to the table to help your divorce proceedings go as smoothly as possible. Contact our team today to get started on your uncontested divorce process.

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