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If handling your own divorce is stressful and confusing, you can hire the expert legal professionals at SeegLawUtah to handle your simple uncontested divorce on a flat rate basis, usually completed within 30-60 days. This is an option for you if you and your spouse agree to all divorce terms. If you do not agree on any single term, you do not qualify for an uncontested divorce.
Uncontested divorce - no minor children - $700.00 plus costs (approximately $340 filing fee).
Uncontested divorces - includes minor children - $850.00 plus costs (usually $340 filing fee). Each spouse must also attend the divorce orientation and education courses, at a cost of approximately $65.
SeegLawUtah will prepare and file all documents required for your divorce, will take care of contacts and communications with the court, and will get you divorced without you ever stepping thorugh the courthouse doors. You will need to agree on terms with your spouse, by completing our intake form and having your spouse approve it, and obtaining your spouse's signature on documents. If you and your spouse do not agree on any single issue in the divorce, then you do not qualify for an uncontested express divorce.
Additional fee will be charged for consultations after the intake interview, and for changes to your documents that are different from the terms indicated in the intake form.
To begin your Express Divorce, please call us at 385-404-0725 to schedule your appointment.
Dissolving the marriage is the primary purpose of getting a divorce.
If the parties have children, the court will have to enter orders regarding child custody. Joint custody is most common, but courts will award one party sole custody in many circumstances.
If there is marital property, which is property acquired during the marriage, the court will need to divide it.
If a marriage is longer-term, and there is a disparity of income, alimony will probably be a consideration.
There are strict requirements about the child support meeting the Utah guidelines, but there are some circumstances where the court will deviate from the guidelines.