Zeppy Attashian, Attorney at Law
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Find out about the importance of pre-divorce planning. We can help you to minimize the costs of divorce We work to see that you receive proper guidance throughout the process of your case.
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Areas of Practice
Child Custody
Child Support
Child Visitation
Collaborative Law
Uncontested Divorce
Domestic Partnerships
Grandparents' Rights
Legal Separation
Modification of Spousal Support
Pre / Postnuptial Agreements
Restraining Orders
Spousal Support

Benefits of Uncontested Divorce

Minimizing the Cost of Divorce

Having a divorce that is not contested can make your situation much simpler and less confusing. In addition, it can help you save a substantial amount of money. It is not surprising that uncontested divorce is a popular option for people who need to dissolve their marriages. Important issues stemming from a divorce often get in the way, however, and prevent the couple from being able to avoid court and litigation. Some of the issues that cause dissention are child custody, alimony and property division. In a divorce - no matter what type - the more that can be agreed upon, the better. Speak with a Fresno divorce attorney from the Law Office of Zeppy Attashian, PC. to obtain legal advice on how to come to an agreement with your current spouse on important matters that involve your future.

I offer a flat-rate fee for uncontested divorces that totals $2,995.00, plus filing fees. This amount also covers the preparation of all documentation required to obtain a decree of dissolution of marriage for when both parties have agreed upon all of the important issues, such as child custody, child support, alimony and property division. This amount includes preparation of all financial disclosures, forms, marital settlement agreements, final judgments and review of documentation for the agreement by another attorney. I serve clients throughout the Central Valley with their divorce cases to help make it a less stressful and more productive solution to their marital problems. My flat-rate fees can help provide clients with an idea of the cost of hiring me as their Fresno divorce attorney.

Information About Uncontested Divorce

When opting for an uncontested divorce, couples typically make it a priority to choose their battles wisely. Those who do so are able to save time and money by avoiding conflict. When it comes to the meetings, it is important to be organized and prepared. By listening to the legal guidance that I offer as your Fresno divorce lawyer and putting it into practice, your costs can be minimized. An uncontested divorce can be much less stressful and controversial than cases that must be taken to trial. It can only be accomplished through cooperation from both parties however.

No matter what, coming to an agreement can be difficult and requires hard work and self-control. During your uncontested divorce, an attorney can assist in each aspect of your case, including negotiations and document preparation. An uncontested divorce is easier than a contested divorce but is still a complex legal situation. Additionally, a Fresno divorce attorney from my firm can provide advice throughout the case. I can offer knowledgeable legal counsel and ensure that the agreement you enter into is binding for both parties and enforceable in court. Rather than spending money post-divorce to correct divorce documents that have been incorrectly prepared, you can retain the legal assistance of a Fresno uncontested divorce attorney from my firm from the start of your case.

If both spouses agree that the marriage must come to an end, they may be able to also come to mutual agreements on the final divorce settlement. If that is the case, both parties can greatly benefit from an uncontested divorce. This method of divorce can cover a variety of issues, including property division, alimony and child custody. It is helpful to obtain the legal counsel and guidance of a lawyer from my firm before signing any legal documents. By retaining my firm's legal assistance, my support staff and I can perform much of the work that you would otherwise need to do for a divorce, thus saving you the time, stress, and pressure of completing the process correctly.