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Simple Divorce

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If you and your spouse are able to come to an agreement easily about the division of property, child care, and other issues, then you qualify to file for a simple divorce. With a simple divorce, also known as an uncontested divorce, you can avoid much of the financial and emotional drain of a contested divorce. Your simple divorce can also be processed more quickly by the court than a complex one.

Even with a simple divorce, however, it is crucial to have an experienced attorney to help you develop the divorce agreement so you can avoid future problems. At The Law Office of Gerald Wilkerson PA, we can help you avoid future issues and guide you through the divorce forms. We will also represent you in court at the final hearing for the divorce. Our goal is to help your divorce go smoothly and quickly.

Complex Divorce

No matter your circumstance, divorce can cause tension, anxiety, and stress, especially if it is difficult for you and your spouse to come to an agreement regarding the division of property, child care and more. If you and your spouse cannot come to an agreement, or if your case involves complex assets, it may present the unique challenges of a complex divorce.

If you are going through a complex divorce, Gerald Wilkerson and his staff can help. We’ll relieve your stress by using our vast experience to ensure an equitable division of your marital assets and ensure the proper care and well-being of your children. Throughout your divorce, we will do all we can to make the process painless while taking into account your specific needs.

Negotiating Alimony

A divorce can drastically alter your financial circumstances, especially if one spouse was the sole financial provider. If you do not have the money you need to support yourself during or after a divorce, the court may order your spouse to provide alimony either temporarily or permanently.

If you are paying alimony and your former spouse’s financial circumstances change or if they remarry, you may qualify for modifications to or termination of the alimony agreement. We can give you the legal advice you need to understand your rights and responsibilities concerning alimony and work with you and the court to contest your alimony payment, modify it and make sure your needs are met.

Get the Representation You Need

Whether you are seeking a divorce, seeking alimony or seeking to modify your alimony, we have the experience you can trust to provide you with the best outcome. Call us today to schedule your free initial consultation.