Cherokee County Georgia Divorce Information

Helping Clients With Cherokee County Divorce Matters

Cherokee County Georgia Divorce Information

Helping Clients With Cherokee County Divorce Matters

Cherokee County Uncontested Divorce

A Cherokee County uncontested divorce is the fastest, cheapest and least stressful way to divorce. Few divorce cases, including uncontested divorces, are completely free from disagreement. However, in a no-contest divorce, the disagreements are worked out prior to filing, thus simplifying the divorce proceedings, lowering your costs, and keeping much of your personal information out of the proceedings and off the public record.

We represent and assist clients needing a Cherokee County uncontested divorce only in cases without minor children.  If you need Cherokee County divorce information, just call (770) 794-3220 for a free telephone consultation.  You will speak to an experienced Georgia divorce attorney who focuses on uncontested divorce matters who will assess your situation and give you some ideas to help you with your situation, explain the uncontested divorce process for you and answer your specific questions.  To better assist you, we recommend that you first complete our Client Inquiry Form.

Specifics about Cherokee County Uncontested Divorce

Cherokee County Divorce and Cherokee County Uncontested Divorce

Old Courthouse Cherokee County Georgia

Typically, in an uncontested Cherokee County divorce, if you are represented by an attorney, you do not have to appear in court to complete the divorce if minor children are NOT involved.  However, a court hearing is required to complete the divorce if minor children are involved.  But, in general the decision of whether you must appear in court to complete an uncontested Cherokee County divorce is up to the judge to whom your divorce case is assigned.

If minor children are involved in a contested or uncontested Cherokee County divorce, both you and your spouse will be required to prepare and submit a Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit to the Court.  This is necessary so that the Court can determine if child support has been correctly calculated.

How much does an Uncontested Cherokee County Divorce cost?

Typically, our fee for a Cherokee County uncontested divorce is $495 when the case does not involve minor children.We do not do cases with minor children in Cherokee County. However, our fee can vary slightly depending on the complexity of the issues.

We make every legal effort to avoid a final hearing but that decision is ultimately up to the judge to whom your case is assigned.  Our fee does not include the court costs which are $275 in Cherokee County.

We offer a discount for all active first-responders.

We e-file all of the uncontested divorce documents in Cherokee County divorce cases at no additional cost to you.  The e-filing expense are included in the court costs of $275.  E-filing helps move your uncontested divorce case through the Cherokee County court system more quickly.

Military Uncontested Cherokee County Divorce

Although there is no major military installation in Cherokee County, we handle a substantial number of uncontested military divorces in Cherokee County each year.

A military uncontested divorce is for active duty or retired military service members and their spouses.  A military uncontested Cherokee County divorce costs the same as a civilian uncontested divorce.

Miscellaneous Information:

Domestic Relations Financial Affidavits

Sometimes, the judge to whom your uncontested divorce case is assigned will require that you and your spouse complete and submit a Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit (“DRFA”).  This is a standard form that is used to provide a wide variety of financial information to the Court. This is not required by every judge but we are providing the form to you so that you will have easy access to it if needed.

Typically, the DRFA is required only in Cherokee County divorce cases that involve minor children so that the Court can determine whether child support has been properly calculated.

Here is the Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit in a blank form format.  Instructions are included.

Cherokee County Uncontested Divorce Information:

Cherokee County Divorce Frequently Asked Questions

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Uncontested Divorce

The cost of divorce in Georgia does not have to be expensive. We strive to provide every client with a fast, affordable Georgia uncontested divorce. In an uncontested divorce, for example, the parties have agreed in advance how to divide marital property, allocate debts, arrange for custody of minor children, and set child and spousal support. To schedule your personal consultation with divorce attorney Robert L. Jones, contact us online.

Military Divorces

Uncontested divorce can be a great fit for military families who have limited time and financial resources and need to get the process completed inexpensively, correctly and quickly. With the increased schedule demands on military families it can seem almost impossible. Attorney Robert Jones helps military families work through the special legal and financial issues to resolve their divorce as efficiently and affordably as possible. Mr. Jones has over twenty years experience representing clients in Georgia divorces and he served on active duty for 8 years himself.

Fast, Inexpensive Uncontested Divorce

At the Law Office of Robert L. Jones, we combine thorough and comprehensive divorce and family law legal services with efficiency, speed, and low costs. Contact a lawyer or call (770) 794-3220 or (912) 215-7677 today. We practice in most of the Metro Atlanta counties as well as many other Georgia counties beyond the Metro Atlanta area.

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