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Financial Affidavits for Uncontested Divorce in Georgia

By Georgia Uncontested Divorce | Aug 13, 2017

It is our objective to take complicated situations and transform them into simple, fast, dignified and affordable divorces if the marriage cannot be saved. Our uncontested divorce process can save you money.  We offer low, flat fees for our uncontested divorce services.  Typically, an uncontested divorce with no minor children costs $399, and an uncontested divorce…

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Getting a Certified Copy of Your Decree

By Robert Jones | Jul 18, 2017

Your Divorce is Final.  Now What? A certified copy of your divorce decree (or any other document from the divorce case) can be obtained ONLY from the Clerk of Superior Court of the county in which your divorce occurred.  Court case records, including divorce cases, are public records.  Anyone can get them at any time. …

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Uncontested Divorce Process

By Robert Jones | Jul 11, 2017

Our Uncontested Divorce Process — An Introduction: This is a general description of the steps for starting, filing and completing an uncontested divorce in the Georgia counties in which we offer full service representation for uncontested matters.  Please note that, in some counties, we offer full service representation only for cases that do not involve…

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Grounds for Divorce in Georgia

Grounds for Divorce in Georgia

By Robert Jones | Jun 27, 2017

What does “grounds for divorce” mean? The grounds for divorce is simply the reason or reasons given to the court for the divorce in the official divorce documents.  Whether you will have an uncontested divorce in Georgia or a contested one, the potential legal grounds are the same.  Similarly, the potential grounds available for a…

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Uncontested Military Divorce in Georgia

By Robert Jones | Jun 25, 2017

What is a “Military Divorce” in Georgia? In Georgia, “military divorce” is only a little different from a civilian divorce.  However, a divorce in which at least one spouse is an active member of the military, reserve or guard, or is a retired service member, is referred to as a military divorce because it describes…

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Ten Tips for a Successful Uncontested Divorce

By Robert Jones | Jun 5, 2017

Ten Tips for a Successful Uncontested Divorce in Georgia Compared to contested divorces, uncontested divorce in Georgia is quick and inexpensive.  An “uncontested” divorce (sometimes called a no-contest divorce) is where both parties agree on all issues involved in the divorce, including property division, allocation of debt, child custody, visitation, child support and alimony.  The…

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Uncontested Divorce Representation

By Robert Jones | Jun 1, 2017

Uncontested Divorce Representation in Court   Our services for an uncontested divorce in Georgia for a low, flat fee include representing you with the clerk and with the court. Typically, you will not have to appear in “divorce court” at all but, if you do, we will appear in court with you for one hearing …

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All About Publication Divorce: Why? How? How Long? How Much?

By Robert Jones | May 31, 2017

  Several times each month we receive an inquiry from a potential client who wants a divorce but has lost track of his/her spouse but still wants to get a divorce. Below is what we usually tell them about their situation. What Is a Publication Divorce? An “ordinary” uncontested divorce requires that both parties sign…

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Telling the Kids About the Upcoming Divorce: When; Where; How; and Why.

By Robert Jones | Feb 19, 2017

Hopefully, your divorce will be uncontested. But, even if it is not, keep the children uppermost in your mind — but out of the process as much as possible. Telling the kids about the upcoming divorce is a tough situation — for both you (and your spouse) and your children.  All situations are unique and…

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