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An Uncontested Divorce Attorney for when you and your spouse agree on terms to end your marriage…
call upon our divorce lawyer in Sarasota & Manatee Counties. Even when you have total agreement, you still require the services of a lawyer to put everything in writing. Ask Faith Z. Brown, to help you formalize the agreement.
Our family law attorney offers clients in Sarasota, Lakewood Ranch, Bradenton, Venice, North Port, Palmetto, Ellenton, and Parrish, Florida the benefit of the years of experience in divorce, alimony, and child custody and support that Faith Brown has gained since opening her practice in 2005.
Contact us today for experience & expertise from an uncontested divorce attorney.
Uncontested Divorce Attorney Formalizes the Agreement
Ending a marriage can be complicated and acrimonious. However, in some instances, the husband and wife can decide on matters of child custody, time-sharing, and division of property themselves. When there is an amicable divorce, the court does not have to make these decisions for the couple. In these cases, our attorney drafts the settlement agreement, which goes to the court for formal approval
Amicable Divorce Is Possible
It can be to the advantage of both the husband and wife to come to a settlement without court intervention. Depending on your particular circumstances, this may be the best solution for you. Request a consultation with our attorney to determine the optimal course of action for you.
Get Everything in Writing with an Uncontested Divorce Attorney
Even when matters seem clear-cut, it is best to have an attorney overseeing your best interests, even with an uncontested divorce. Our lawyer will put everything concerning your uncontested divorce in writing, so custody, property, and timesharing concerns are spelled out. This ensures that you are protected should a question arise in the future.
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Bradenton, FL 34205 US
Phone: (941) 953-2825
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