STEPS FOR AN UNCONTESTED DIVORCE IN NORFOLK, VA

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Anthony Montagna is a top Divorce Lawyer in Norfolk, VA

Anthony Montagna is one one of the top Norfolk Divorce Lawyers.  As a top Norfolk Divorce Lawyers, Anthony and his partners have handled countless contested and uncontested divorces in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, and all of Hampton Roads, VA.

Divorces are never easy times for husbands, wives, sons, and daughters.  However, individuals can make the divorce process as painless as possible.

An uncontested divorce is cost efficient and easier on the family than a contested divorce.  While the public policy of Virginia favors marriage and disfavors divorces, sometimes people are not meant to remain together.  Individuals can save time, money, and peace of mind by pursuing an uncontested divorce.

The steps for an uncontested divorce are easy.  First, parties should contact an attorney to prepare a separation agreement, which resolves all the issues in the divorce.  Second, if there are no minor children, the parties can file a complaint for divorce after a six month separation.  If the parties have minor children, the husband and wife must be separated for 12 months before filing the complaint for divorce.  Third, the parties can obtain the divorce by submitting affidavits to the court, along with all required paperwork or schedule a hearing before the court.  In any case a decree of divorce must be submitted to be entered by the Court.

While individuals are not required to have attorneys for an uncontested divorce, it is highly suggested that an attorney is hired to make sure the process goes smoothly.  Furthermore, the above mentioned information should not be considered legal advice and legal advice from an attorney should be obtained in any case.

Anthony Montagna is one one of the top Norfolk Divorce Lawyers.  As a top Norfolk Divorce Lawyers, Anthony and his partners have handled countless contested and uncontested divorces in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, and all of Hampton Roads, VA.

Divorces are never easy times for husbands, wives, sons, and daughters.  However, individuals can make the divorce process as painless as possible.

An uncontested divorce is cost efficient and easier on the family than a contested divorce.  While the public policy of Virginia favors marriage and disfavors divorces, sometimes people are not meant to remain together.  Individuals can save time, money, and peace of mind by pursuing an uncontested divorce.

The steps for an uncontested divorce are easy.  First, parties should contact an attorney to prepare a separation agreement, which resolves all the issues in the divorce.  Second, if there are no minor children, the parties can file a complaint for divorce after a six month separation.  If the parties have minor children, the husband and wife must be separated for 12 months before filing the complaint for divorce.  Third, the parties can obtain the divorce by submitting affidavits to the court, along with all required paperwork or schedule a hearing before the court.  In any case a decree of divorce must be submitted to be entered by the Court.

While individuals are not required to have attorneys for an uncontested divorce, it is highly suggested that an attorney is hired to make sure the process goes smoothly. Furthermore, the above mentioned information should not be considered legal advice and legal advice from an attorney should be obtained in any case.

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  • "Mr. Montagna was the BEST!! I had reckless driving and 2 seatbelt violations ( one for a minor) and he got my whole case DISMISSED!! He is definitely the go to guy for your case… I couldn’t appreciate and thank him enough!"

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