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A Better Divorce Process

1. Tell Us About You

Tell us about you and your assets through an intuitive online intake process.

2. Consult With Us

Meet with your attorney to review your options.

3. Review Your Documents

Review your documents.

4. Get Divorced!

Get divorced! We will file your documents and make all court appearances.

Every Divorce Case is Unique
and Personal


A Custom Strategy - From Day One.

Our Louisville divorce lawyers begin assessing your needs from the very first conversation. Sometimes, this means a simple agreement with no property division. Other times, it means a detailed custody agreement, spousal support, and the division of complex assets. Your family and your facts are unique from every other case. Our custom uncontested divorce will allow you to achieve the same detailed agreement as any expensive, litigated divorce.

Just as importantly, our divorce attorneys will help you assess your own needs, and ensure you understand both your rights and your obligations in your divorce. We know the legal landscape can be tricky and confusing. We ensure that you understand all the terms of your divorce, as well as the long and short-term consequences of any settlement term.

We handle all filings and Court appearances! Our process is comprehensive, but also fast, easy and cheap!

Each and every day our goal is to help people achieve an amicable divorce with dignity, without added stress, and at an affordable cost. Give us a call to find out how we can offer a better Kentucky divorce.

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Property Division

This is where you determine who gets what. Our divorce agreements set forth a complete division of all assets and debts, based on your terms and Kentucky no-fault divorce statutes. We also protect you against your spouse's debts and financial obligations.

Child Custody / Parenting Schedules

You decide how decisions are made, and when the children are with each spouse. Custody and parenting time are among the most contentious areas of family and divorce law. We help you set forth clear schedules and guidelines to avoid conflict in the future.

Spousal Support / Maintenance

Spousal support can help the recipient transition toward financial independence, or provided long-term supplemental income. We address all aspects, including amount of payments, length of term, and the tax consequences of the payments, so that each party can plan for their post-divorce futures.

Child Support

Standard child support calculations can be simplistic and unrealistic. We help our clients craft child support agreements that reflect their unique circumstances, whether based on the guidelines, or based on actual expenses. We also address the payment of other child-related expenses that may not be included in your child support award.

You Have Questions - We Have Answers

What is Uncontested Divorce?

A divorce is uncontested if both parties agree to all issues of property division, debt, custody and support. The vast majority of divorces in the United States are uncontested. In fact, most divorcing couples never see the inside of a courtroom.
The Family Court requires the filing of a Petition for Dissolution, a financial disclosure, and a settlement agreement. The settlement agreement is the document that sets forth the parties’ agreement on all issues. At the conclusion of the divorce, the settlement agreement becomes an enforceable court order.

 

 

How Much Does it Cost?

$497 – Seriously, that’s all. We charge only $497 to draft and file your uncontested divorce. This fee includes an attorney consultation, if you so desire. You will only be charged more if you request additional services, such as the drafting of deeds, qualified orders, or an update to your will.
Each county has a fee for filing your divorce. The fee is ordinarily between $203 and $332. You will pay this fee to us and we will pay the court clerk at the time of filing.

How Long Does It Take?

Once you complete our intake process, our attorneys can draft most divorces within a few business days. We will file your divorce immediately after you and your spouse sign the pleadings and settlement. If there are no minor children, the Judge will ordinarily sign your divorce decree within 7-10 days.
If you have minor children, Kentucky law requires the courts to wait 60 days before signing a divorce decree. We will submit your decree for signature at the expiration of 60 days. Once submitted, the court will ordinarily sign the decree within 7-10 days.

 

 

 

Do I Have To Appear In Court?

Uncontested divorces ordinarily do not require the parties to appear before a judge. Once our attorneys have drafted all of the required documents, the parties can sign the documents before a Notary public, either in our office or at another location of your choosing. All statutorily required testimony can be taken by affidavit, which we will prepare for you. Once all of the documents are signed and filed with the court, the final decree can be submitted to the judge for his or her signature.
If a motion must be filed in order to finalize your divorce, we will make the appearance for you. In very rare cases, the judge may require a brief hearing to ask the parties about the terms of your agreement. We will prepare you and accompany you to this hearing.

 

 

 

Do I Have To Attend Classes?

Both Kentucky and Indiana require parties with minor children to attend a divorce education class.  The goal of the program is to help parents avoid many of the emotional and behavioral pitfalls often associated with divorce. The program is mandatory. We will provide you with the information necessary to enroll and complete the class.

 

How Long Does It Take?

Once you complete our intake process, our attorneys can draft most divorces within a few business days. We will file your divorce immediately after you and your spouse sign the pleadings and settlement.

In Kentucky, if there are no minor children the Judge will ordinarily sign your divorce decree within 7-10 days. If you have minor children, Kentucky law requires the courts to wait 60 days before signing a divorce decree. We will submit your decree for signature at the expiration of 60 days. Once submitted, the court will ordinarily sign the decree within 7-10 days.

In Indiana, there is a 60-day waiting period that begins when the divorce is filed, whether or not the parties have minor children.

 

 

 

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