Pennsylvania No Fault Divorce
In Pennsylvania, a no fault divorce is a dissolution of marriage in which neither party blames the other for the breakdown of their union. This allows the couple to achieve a more peaceful and dignified divorce, because neither person has to prove their spouse's guilt to a court. The no fault method allows the divorce decree to be processed as quickly as 14 days if both spouses agree to and sign the decree. You should go to
The Divorce Wizard for a free case analysis and to see how long it will take in your situation. Though Pennsylvania does not recognize any form of legal separation, a no fault decree can be filed without one spouse's consent if the marriage is irreparably broken and the couple has been separated for a minimum of two years.
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At the Cairns Law Offices, we handle no fault, uncontested divorces exclusively. The Cairns Method of Obtaining an Internet-Based Divorce℠ allows our clients to achieve a simple divorce quickly and at the most affordable price possible in the state of Pennsylvania: $209 complete, including legal fees and court costs. There are no hidden fees. We use technology to ensure that your divorce is processed accurately and quickly, and you will receive regular updates on the status of your divorce. If you are interested in a
Pennsylvania no fault divorce, you can find out more about the professional services we offer:
Though our firm does not offer representation in child custody battles; we do handle divorces in which both spouses agree on the details of custody after their divorce. We can prepare a child custody agreement to simplify the divorce process.
It is common for couples to have debt when they divorce. In this type of situation, the couple must determine if they will work together to repay the debts after their divorce or split the debts to avoid contact once the divorce is finalized. To eliminate the conflict that arises from miscommunication or misunderstanding, an attorney from our firm can prepare a debt division settlement agreement.
We understand that divorce is difficult on families, which is why we have made the process as simple and affordable as possible. Our internet-based approach to no fault divorce helps our clients obtain quick divorces so that their families can begin their new lives sooner.
When one or both spouses are active in the United States military, there can be unique challenges to obtaining divorce. Our experienced team works with clients seeking military divorces to find the best solutions to their special situations. We are committed to processing our clients' military divorces as soon as possible.
Preparing Settlement Agreements
A legal agreement between divorcing spouses that specifies what will happen to children or any shared property after the divorce is finalized can reduce conflict and confusion. Hiring our firm to prepare a settlement agreement guarantees that both parties are clear on the settlement specifics.
When a couple divorces; they must choose the best way to divide their property. Once they have decided how their property will be divided, our lawyer can prepare a property division agreement. This legally binding document ensures that both parties respect the agreement that was reached.
It is possible to obtain a no fault divorce without wasting your time or money,
so call our firm today for a free legal consultation!