UNCONTESTED DIVORCE IN ARKANSAS
 If you have decided that you wish to get a divorce and if you have the cooperation of your spouse, you may be able to pursue an uncontested divorce proceeding that will dissolve your marriage in an amicable way at a cost that is truly affordable.  If you and your spouse have agreed upon a division of your property and debts as well as child custody and child support an uncontested divorce can be completed in as little as 30 days.  Avoiding litigation could save you thousands of dollars in legal fees as well as the stress and emotional pain that can come with contested divorce litigation.  The Law Office of David Stubbs handles uncontested divorce actions in Northwest Arkansas including the Counties of Washington, Benton and Madison at very affordable rates.

An uncontested divorce action will not work for every marriage since there must be complete agreement as to all aspects of the divorce.  But if you and your spouse are in agreement on everything an uncontested divorce can save you a lot of money and aggravation.

I AM NOT OFFERING YOU A DIVORCE KIT.  
You can go on the internet and print off a divorce kit for as little as $99 where you are required to complete your own paperwork and then figure out how to appear before the judge and what to do once you are in court.  I am not offering anything similar to a do-it yourself divorce kit.  I am offering you complete personal representation by an attorney with over 40 years of experience in divorce cases.  I will personally prepare 100% of the paperwork required to file and finalize your divorce.  I will personally appear in court before the Circuit Judge with you. I will not send you to court alone.

MY ATTORNEY FEES ARE A FLAT FEE OF $490.00 .

If your divorce is truly uncontested my attorney fee for a complete divorce will be $490.  I believe that this is lowest fee you will find advertised for an attorney who will prepare all of your paperwork and personally go to court with you.  Unlike most attorneys, I will not increase my fee because you have property or debts or children as long as you and your spouse come to an agreement on all of these issues prior to my filing the divorce complaint.  Additional fees could apply if you have additional documents that are required to be prepared such as deeds to land or bills of sale for personal property and it is possible that there could be additional expenses such as costs for recording a required deed.   There can also be additional costs if retirement accounts must be divided and paperwork processed with the retirement plan administrator.


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