Learn About the Benefits of an Uncontested Divorce with Attorney Fagan’s eBook
Not every divorce is a complex, contentious, and emotionally fraught procedure. Sometimes, couples agree on all terms of their divorce and simply want to end their marriages. In an uncontested divorce, the spouses may draft their agreements with an attorney and simply have the judge sign off. Nevertheless, there are many requirements for an uncontested divorce in Texas. For example, an uncontested divorce may not be right for you if you have children or shared property with your spouse.
To get an idea of how uncontested divorce works – and how it could benefit you and your spouse – read our Uncontested Divorce eBook.
In his eBook, Bryan Fagan covers:
- The benefits of an uncontested divorce
- Qualifications for an uncontested divorce in Texas
- Drafting the Final Decree of Divorce
- Double-checking that your agreements are legally fair
- How long it takes to get an uncontested divorce
- The most likely candidates for an uncontested divorce
- Amicable divorce
- The waiver divorce
- And more
If you and your spouse want to divorce without fighting and strife, download your copy of our Uncontested Divorce eBook by filling out the form at the bottom of the page. Throughout the eBook, Attorney Fagan will walk you through the process step by step and help you determine whether an uncontested divorce is right for you.
If you’re not sure about uncontested divorce or have case-specific questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC. We have many resources for you to browse on our website, but nothing can replace personalized legal advice and representation from an experienced family law attorney. Remember, you should consult a lawyer even in an uncontested divorce.
Call us at (281) 810-9760 or contact us onlineto schedule your free, confidential consultation today.