At Jarrett & Price we have the experience you need for quality representation in a Bryan County divorce. If you are seeking a contested or uncontested divorce in Richmond Hill or Bryan County, call us today at the number above to schedule a phone or in-office consultation. We represent clients in Bryan County for other family law matters including legitimation, custody petitions and modifications, and adoptions. Submit the online form below, or call today, to speak with our family law attorneys.
Don’t want to fight? Call us about obtaining an uncontested divorce.
Our office handles uncontested Bryan County divorces for as little as $500. An uncontested divorce is essentially a separation agreement submitted by the Court and signed off by a judge without any litigation. In Bryan County, we can often finalize your divorce without the necessity of ever going to court to have a hearing. If all the terms of your divorce are agreed to at the out-set of the case, our attorneys will draft all of your documents and ensure that your divorce papers are enforceable and signed off by the Court as soon as possible.
What Should You expect in a Bryan County, Georgia Uncontested Divorce?
- Our office will schedule a consultation. At this consultation, we will obtain all of the information needed to draft and prepare the documents for your case. Depending on the issues in your case, this can include terms regarding property division, child custody, parenting plans, child support alimony and any other issues of your marriage and divorce.
- Once the documents are completed, you and your spouse will be given the opportunity to review and sign the agreement. Once everyone has signed, our office files your divorce complaint and submits all the necessary paperwork to the Court.
- Any divorce case filed in Bryan County requires the payment of a filing fee to the Clerk of Court.
- Once the case has been filed, you could be divorced in as little as 31 days from the date of filing.
Bryan County Contested Divorce
If you find yourself in a case where you and your spouse are unable to agree on terms, unfortunately your only option is to pursue the action as a contested divorce. This involves going through the formalities of the civil court system, including submitting discovery requests to your spouse, responding to discovery requests sent by your spouse, appearing and testifying at hearings, going to mediation, and possible going through a trial.
If your case involves litigation and hearings, you need attorneys who have experience in the courtroom and can guide you through this process. Our attorneys have significant experience in the Bryan County courts trying divorce and custody actions.
If you have questions or would like to speak with one of our Bryan County Divorce Attorneys, fill out the contact form below or call our office at the number above. We look forward to serving you.