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Trust A Lawyer For No-Fault Divorce Matters

The concept of no-fault divorce is relatively simple. It is a low-cost option for couples who are in agreement about the major issues in their divorce and just want to move on with their lives after an amicable split. However, it is important to have an attorney involved who can prepare documents and make sure any agreement is truly in your best interests and the best interests of your children. After all, you will have to live with the results of your divorce, so it is important to make sure you get it right.

I’m Gene Barton, a divorce lawyer serving Chickasaw County, Mississippi, and surrounding areas. With more than 42 years of legal experience to draw upon, as well as personal experience with divorce and child custody matters, I can help you every step of the way as you consider a no-fault divorce.

Helping You Reach A Successful Divorce Agreement

In order to get a no-fault divorce, both parties must agree to the divorce and be able to reach an agreement on property settlement, as well as child custody and support. The agreement must be on file for 60 days before the divorce can be finalized. While individuals can theoretically draw up their own agreements, it is best to have them drawn up by a lawyer to ensure that all necessary issues are covered and that there is no risk for future issues due to a mishandling of the agreement.

In cases where a couple has children, this is an ideal solution because there is less acrimony surrounding the divorce. This allows both parties to maintain a working relationship as they continue to raise their children together.

Contact Me For Help Navigating The Divorce Process

Divorce does not have to be a mess as long as both parties are willing to cooperate. To learn more about no-fault divorce and other options for finding an amicable solution, contact my law firm today at 662-447-2522 for a free initial consultation.

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