We often hear the question what is the difference between contested and uncontested divorce?  To put it simply, an uncontested case is one in which all issues of the marriage, including child custody and support, property and debt division, division of retirement, and alimony are all agreed to.  If there is an issue regarding any of these matters, then the case is contested.

We regularly represent clients in Liberty County, Georgia, including Hinesville and Fort Stewart, in both contested and uncontested divorces, as well as all other areas of family law.

Liberty County, GA Uncontested Divorce

Our fees for uncontested divorces in Liberty County start as low as $500.  If your case is uncontested, we often can handle your case without having to go to court, which reduces the cost significantly.  We try to take uncontested cases on flat fees, which gives our clients a level of certainty with regard to the cost of their divorce.

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If you are going through a divorce in Liberty County, Georgia, or any other family law matter, call us today at 912.401.8880 or use the contact form below.

    Liberty County, GA  Contested Divorce

    Contested divorces in Liberty County can involve simple disputes that the parties are unable to come to an agreement on or can involve complex issues regarding property division, military retirement, long-distance parenting time, and even the division of jointly held businesses, to name a few.

    Our fee structure varies depending on the complexity of the issues involved in a case.  If the case involves less complex issues and disputes, we can take the case on a flat fee.  Most contested cases are billed at an hourly rate.

    We understand that going through a divorce is one of the most difficult times in a person’s life.  We strive to represent our clients in a manner that keeps them informed of what happens in the case.  In order to accomplish this goal, we do not carry excessive divorce and family law case loads.  We believe that we cannot effectively represent our clients if we do not communicate with them.

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