Don’t DIY Your Divorce – Even If It’s Uncontested
How quickly can I get this done? How much will it cost? It’s simple, right?
When you both agree that divorce is inevitable, the temptation is powerful to just do it yourself and get it over with. I can do this online, you might think. Reconsider.
No matter how simple you believe it is and how desperately you want it to be over, a divorce is a major transition not to be undertaken lightly. Your divorce decisions will have long-lasting ramifications. Separating finances, property, debts and obligations is never a cookie-cutter affair. It’s rarely as simple as it seems.
More Than 30 Years Of Divorce Law Experience And Judgment
Handling both contested and uncontested divorces, attorney Linda N. Risinger will tell you that divorce is not the time to leave anything to chance, take unnecessary risks or leave room for error. Even the most amicable divorce, the simplest divorce with barely any assets or debts to speak of, can become fraught with contention and complexities in a heartbeat once each party fully understands the implications of the final divorce decree.
Why Not Uncontested Divorce?
Small errors can leave openings for serious consequences. And mistakes are far easier to prevent than undo.
- What do you do with a 401(k)?
- How do you transfer title to a motor vehicle?
- If you’ve lived together six months and still have six months on your lease, what is your obligation?
- One bad credit report and your rental history is damaged.
We help quickly and effectively resolve issues like these and many others.
Learn More About Simple Divorce
Our offices in Frisco can file your divorce forms online, correctly and speedily, for a far more reasonable fee than you might expect.