HOW CAN I GET AN UNCONTESTED DIVORCE IN VIRGINIA?
You can obtain an uncontested divorce in Virginia so long as you have a signed separation agreement in Virginia or you have no property, custody, or debts that need to be determined by the court. This can save you significant fees in preparing a divorce when you and your spouse have amicably resolved your case. Usually, the only legal fees that would be required for your divorce are the filing fee with the court and the cost to prepare the documents.
NOVA Legal Professionals is pleased to announce that we are now offering Virginia Divorce Clinics in our Manassas and Fairfax offices. Our Northern Virginia divorce and family law attorneys will help you process the paperwork for a do-it-yourself filing for divorce. Our Manassas and Fairfax divorce lawyers will provide group sessions and will walk participants step-by-step through the preparation of the forms needed to file for divorce in Virginia on your own without a divorce lawyer in Virginia. During these sessions, our Virginia divorce lawyers will not provide you with legal advice individual to your own case, but will guide you through the preparation of your own documents for filing pro se which means without a Virginia divorce attorney.
The initial session is $350 which includes drafting the complaint for divorce and other supporting documents for filing the initial Virginia divorce. Each participant may sign up for up to two additional sessions with the Prince William and Fairfax County divorce attorneys for $125 per fifty-minute session for additional help with drafting documents or questions.
DIVORCE ATTORNEYS IN VIRGINIA
NOVA Legal Professionals strongly advise you to consult with and/or hire one of our Virginia divorce lawyers so that legal proceedings and the effect of legal documents and orders can be fully explained to you. You are advised that if you proceed without a Virginia divorce lawyer, you may unknowingly lose rights to custody, visitation, child support, spousal support, distribution of property or assets, retirement benefits, and/or other important legal claims arising out of your marriage.