Uncontested Divorce Matters In Gulfport
The divorce process is never easy, but if both spouses agree on the major issues, The Maggio Law Firm, PC, can make it go as smoothly as possible. Mississippi has a process called uncontested divorce that allows couples to assert the reason for the end of their marriage is irreconcilable differences. When you take this route, you are saying the divorce is amicable and, therefore, will not have to go to court.
Spend Less Time Fighting And More Time Living
For more than 25 years, attorney Stephen Maggio has been assisting clients through the entire divorce process. Unlike contested divorces, however, the uncontested process saves clients a lot of money. It does so because you can avoid going to court altogether. This means less court costs, less attorney fees and less time spent fighting.
We can guide you through these steps so you can move forward with your life and get back to enjoying your time, rather than spending it arguing.
How Does The Uncontested Process Work?
In order to qualify for an uncontested divorce in Mississippi, the parties must agree on all major issues, including:
- Custody arrangements for children
- Visitation schedules
- Property division issues
- Debt division
- Child support matters
- Spousal support concerns
If a disagreement arises in any of these areas, the contested route will become your only option.
Find Out If An Uncontested Divorce Is Right For You
Call The Maggio Law Firm, PC, at 228-206-6637 to schedule your consultation with a family attorney who will treat you with respect and strive to achieve your goals.