Georgia Uncontested Divorce Blog

Helping Clients With Divorce Matters

COVID-19 Procedure Changes

By Robert Jones | Apr 2, 2020

Due to the State of Georgia’s emergency orders we must temporarily restrict our operations.  We are mostly working from home.  But, we are still able to start and process uncontested divorce matters.  Temporarily, we have suspended operations at out office in Marietta but are processing all Georgia uncontested matters from out Georgia Coastal office in…

Read More
E-Filing Georgia Divorces

E-Filing Georgia Divorces

By Robert Jones | Oct 25, 2018

E-Filing Georgia Divorces: Good or Bad? We e-file all Georgia divorce cases — both contested and uncontested. Like it, or not, starting January 1, 2019, e-filing became mandatory for lawyers who file Georgia divorce matters.  So says the State of Georgia. Since it first became available in Georgia, our firm has used e-filing for every…

Read More
What is an uncontested divorce in Georgia?

Georgia Uncontested Divorce Explained

By Robert Jones | Feb 13, 2018

What is an Uncontested Divorce in Georgia? Frequently when people call our office, they tell us that the divorce is uncontested just because both parties both want a divorce. Certainly, it will make the process easier if both parties agree that their marriage is over and that divorce is inevitable.  But, this is not what…

Read More
Uncontested Divorce Settlement Agreement

Divorce Settlement Agreement

By Robert Jones | Dec 21, 2017

A Divorce Settlement Agreement is a legal document that is also commonly called a “Settlement Agreement” or a “Separation Agreement.” The purpose is an uncontested divorce settlement agreement is to document the details of agreements made between the couple so that the divorce can be completed without a trial. A Divorce Settlement Agreement must include…

Read More
Time required for an uncontested divorce

How Much Time is Required for a Georgia Uncontested Divorce?

By Robert Jones | Dec 9, 2017

Once you have made the decision to divorce, naturally you want the divorce to be completed: in the least amount of time possible, for the lowest cost possible; and with as little stress as possible.  An uncontested divorce is the best way to achieve your goals.  We have set up a process to minimize the…

Read More
difference between contested and uncontested divorce

Difference Between Contested and Uncontested Divorce

By Robert Jones | Dec 8, 2017

What is the Difference between Contested and Uncontested Divorce? The main difference between a contested and an uncontested divorce is that in an uncontested divorce, a settlement agreement is filed with the court at the beginning of the case.  Basically, that means that the parties have agreed to settlement terms in advance and have signed…

Read More
Georgia Uncontested Divorce Lawyer

Two Divorce Lawyers or One Divorce Lawyer?

By Robert Jones | Oct 26, 2017

Can We Both Use the Same Attorney in a Georgia Uncontested Divorce? If you and your spouse agree on all or most of the issues in your divorce and have decided to use an uncontested process, this is a common question. One attorney can handle the divorce.  But you both need to understand the relationship…

Read More
Georgia uncontested divorce parenting plans

Uncontested Divorce Parenting Plans

By Robert Jones | Oct 24, 2017

Georgia Uncontested Divorce Parenting Plans In any divorce in Georgia in which there is a minor child born to the parties or adopted by the parties, a Parenting Plan is required.  Parenting Plans have been required in Georgia since January 1, 2008.  A Parenting Plan is required in both a contested or an uncontested divorce. …

Read More
Child Support Calculation

Child Support Calculation

By Robert Jones | Oct 3, 2017

Child Support Calculation in a Georgia Uncontested Divorce: Without question, the single most disputed issue in uncontested divorce cases that involve children is the Child Support calculation.  But, although circumstances that affect the child support amount vary from case-to-case, the actual Child Support calculation in an uncontested divorce in Georgia is fairly straightforward — if…

Read More