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Uncontested Divorce San Antonio

  • Less drama
  • Lower cost
  • Quicker process

When a couple has no disagreements on the major issues in their divorce — typically property division, child custody and support — they can pursue an uncontested divorce after Texas’ mandatory 60-day waiting period. The advantages of this approach are lower costs associated with mediation and litigation and the speed of the process.

My training as a Family Law Mediator facilitates this process.

Uncontested Divorce – Option 1

Uncontested – You are filing Pro Se

Document preparation and Coaching

Document preparation and coaching in an uncontested divorce is the most affordable solution, for the circumstance where you and your spouse agree that you want a divorce, agree on the terms of the divorce and you have all the information needed to file for a divorce This usually works best when there are no children and little property.

We charge a fixed fee to draft your divorce documents and you file them with the court. With the Documents and Coaching package, you are representing yourself (Pro Se), but you’ll get one hour of legal advice or coaching as a part of the package. We can do a better job than the “form providers” because they may not be familiar with the local courts.

Filing fees are separate and paid directly to the court, and depending on your circumstances you may need additional documents that will be billed separately.

Uncontested Divorce – Option 2

Uncontested – Represented by an Attorney

Very similar to Option 1, but we represent you! This is still an affordable solution but you receive all the benefits of having a professional, experienced attorney represent you throughout the process. You and your spouse agree that you want a divorce, agree on the terms of the divorce and you have all the information needed to file for a divorce. We represent one of you. The other will sign a Waiver of Service.

This option includes the documents and up to three hours of professional legal advice! We file your documents at the courthouse. When it is time to prove up your divorce we will be there with you in the courtroom.

Filing fees are separate and paid directly to the court, and depending on your circumstances you may need additional documents that will be billed separately.