If you and your spouse are willing to negotiate the terms of your divorce in an agreeable and amicable manner, an uncontested divorce may be a cost-effective, relatively problem-free legal option for you. At the Oklahoma City law office of attorney Christopher A. Wood, we help clients prepare petitions and waiver decrees that specify the terms of a divorce. When children are involved, we work closely with our clients to determine child support, alimony, custody, and visitation terms everyone can agree to. While clients can file the final papers themselves, as your lawyer Christopher A. Wood is prepared to expedite the process and file the papers for you as well.
For more information regarding how we can help you, contact Oklahoma City divorce lawyer Christopher A. Wood today. Whether you live in Moore, Edmond, Midwest City, El Reno, Warr Acres, and Del City, we have the resources to help you file at your local courthouse.
Typically, if there are no children involved, the law office of Christopher A. Wood charges for an uncontested divorce is $150.00. When children are involved, the cost is $450.00. As your attorney, Christopher A. Wood can complete your paperwork and file your papers Monday through Friday. In addition to the cost of our legal services, the court charges a filing fee for an uncontested divorce of $183.70.
Avoid the Headache and Hassle – Call Christopher A. Wood Today
As a family law attorney, Christopher A. Wood has help hundreds and hundreds of people file for divorce. Recognizing how stressful and trying a divorce can be, our office takes extra steps to relieve you of the burden and worry often associated with completing the process. We’re here to answer your questions and take care of your case so you can worry about your family and other important matters.
Contact Oklahoma City Divorce lawyer Christopher A. Wood today and let us do the work for you. Representing clients in Oklahoma County, Logan County, Cleveland County, Grady County, and El Reno County, we offer flexible office hours and are available on the weekends by appointment.
Divorce Dos & Don'ts
Divorce is tough. Tempers run high, and every decision seems to be more stressful than the last. It's only human to find yourself reacting emotionally, but it's important to keep your head straight - your actions now can affect your outcome from the divorce.
Do be reasonable and cooperate as much as possible with your soon-to-be-ex. Reasonable compromise yields quicker and easier results in divorce cases.
Do support your children through this process. It's even tougher on them than on you - don't make them pick sides.
Do let your spouse know when and where you will spend time with your kids while you work out permanent custody arrangements. Your spouse might think you've made a run for the border - and if your soon-to-be-ex has to ask the police to track you down, that won't look good during custody or visitation hearings.
Do fully disclose all your assets and property. A court can throw out a divorce decree based on financial deception, putting you back in court years after you thought everything was final.
Do ask your attorney about things you don't understand. Your attorney works for you, and should help you understand every part of the divorce process.
Don't make big plans to take a job in another state or move out of the country until your divorce is final. Your new life could interfere with getting your divorce finalized.
Don't violate any temporary custody or visitation arrangements. It could make it tougher for you to get the custody or visitation rights you prefer.
Don't "give away" property to friends or relatives and arrange to get it back later. Hiding property can mean your spouse can take you back to court to settle those assets.
Don't go it alone. Divorce is complicated, and an attorney can make sure that your interests are protected.Type your paragraph here.