Uncontested Divorces

What is an Uncontested Divorce?

Cheryl explains what an uncontested or agreed divorce is and when it may be appropriate to use this course of action.

An agreed divorce can often time cost less money and save time, however, it is important to speak with a qualified family law attorney regarding this option. When children are involved in a divorce you always want to take extra precautions for the long-term effects of the divorce. Each case is different and should be treated as such. You and your attorney should discuss what the differences are and some of the ramifications. Many times an uncontested divorce can be completed in approximately 60 days and can be done on a flat-fee basis.

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Cheryl Wulf

Cheryl is a Tyler Family Law Attorney and Personal Injury Lawyer. Cheryl graduated from the University of Texas in Austin and the South Texas School of Law. Cheryl started her legal career in 2003 and has been helping families across Texas every since. Cheryl's practice mainly consists of Family Law matters such as divorce and child custody issues and Personal Injury cases such as car accident and wrongful death claims.

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