Do I Need a Lawyer for an Uncontested Divorce?

My spouse and I are in agreement. Why hire a divorce lawyer?

The short answer to this question is "Yes, you still need an attorney for an uncontested divorce." Although you and your spouse may be in agreement about your divorce, there are still many legal steps that must be taken. You need a qualified Roseville lawyer on your side to guide you through each step and to ensure that your rights are protected.

Uncontested divorces involve the same basic family law issues as contested cases – property division, child custody, visitation, child support, spousal support, and more. The only difference is that you and your spouse work these issues out on your own without going to court. You are not required to have legal counsel, but it is highly recommended that you have a lawyer by your side to advise you and to ensure that you draft a divorce agreement that meets your needs. Otherwise, you could unintentionally overlook an important issue, therefore losing valuable rights to property, parenting time, support, and other divorce-related matters.

Choose an Uncontested Divorce Attorney from Our Firm

The Law Offices of Frank F. Ali has helped numerous clients file for divorce, including uncontested divorce. Our attorney can provide the advice and guidance that you need in order to reach an amicable divorce agreement without going to trial. We know the law and will do everything we can to protect your rights and your best interests in an uncontested divorce.

Speak with a Roseville Lawyer Today

For the quality counsel that you need, do not hesitate to speak with a Roseville family law attorney from our firm. We always put the interests of our clients first and give our full attention and dedication to our clients' cases. Contact us today to request a consultation and learn more!

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Roseville, CA 95661
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