Contested and Uncontested Divorces When you think of a Family Lawyer, you usually think in terms of handling a divorce. I however can also help you may other family situations, Child Custody Case, Establishment of Child Support, Termination of Child Support, Adoption, Wills & Trusts, Estates, Guardianship, and Conservator ship. When choosing a divorce lawyer, you can be overwhelmed. After all, your divorce attorney is the expert you'll rely on to help you make the best decisions about your divorce. As your attorney I can be involved in your divorce from start to finish, or work with you on a limited basis.I will assure you that I will talk with you using plain English not legal jargon, and that I will work hard to help you come to a fair and equitable settlement as quickly as the courts will allow. You can also rest assured that I will act in your best interest and that I will make you comfortable working with me. If you have children involved, we all need to understand the children should come first and that I will not pursue unreasonable demands for child support.You may be questioning whether your divorce will be one that ends up as a contested divorce or could it be simply and be an uncontested divorce. Below is the definition of both. A contested divorce is one in which the parties cannot agree, either about getting divorced or about the terms of the divorce, such as the division of assets, allocation of debts, alimony, child support, or the custody of children. In an uncontested divorce, the spouses agree on everything and do not need the court to divide assets or make determinations about spousal or child support or custody. In general, an uncontested divorce will proceed through the system more quickly, be much less complicated, and less of a financial burden. Either path you may take, I am prepared to help you expedite the process as quickly and as painless as possible. My experience working with the Mobile and Baldwin County court systems will help this process.