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Uncontested Divorce

Northwest Indiana Uncontested Divorce Attorneys

A divorce can be very unpleasant. However, a marriage doesn’t have to end in a hurtful and costly manner. It is possible to dissolve a marriage and settle issues through an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce is possible when both parties are able to agree on the terms of the divorce. The divorce and family law attorneys at Tanzillo Stassin & Babcock, P.C. can help you explore all relevant issues and draft the appropriate paperwork to help both parties end their marriage quickly and amicably.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment with an uncontested divorce lawyer.

Once couples are in agreement about all the items and issues that pertain to their divorce, they will need someone who can prepare and file the necessary paperwork. We can draft and file all the necessary documents needed for an uncontested divorce.

These may include:

  • Child support worksheets
  • Child visitation schedules for minor children
  • Handle court appearances
  • Settlement agreement and decree of dissolution of marriage
  • Verified petition of dissolution of marriage
  • Verified waiver of final hearing

Uncontested divorces can be accomplished relatively quickly, and can avoid high legal costs and fees. If you feel that an uncontested divorce may be an option for you and your spouse, please contact us today to set up a free consultation.

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1160 Joliet St.,
Suite 201
Dyer, IN 46311

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