Uncontested Divorce: St. Louis Attorney

Do you have questions about filing for an uncontested divorce in Missouri? Do you need a family law attorney to take your mediated settlement through the court system? Can you and your children avoid the financial and emotional upheaval of a lawsuit through a simple divorce?

In Missouri, there are essentially two basic types of divorce:

  • Uncontested divorce: When the two parties are able to reach a resolution through divorce mediation or other means outside of the courtroom
  • Contested divorce: When the two parties simply cannot see eye-to-eye and the decision needs to be placed in the hands of the judge

An experienced St. Louis lawyer can provide answers to your family law questions and guidance through whichever process you decide is best for you and your family.

Providing Experienced Guidance During Uncontested Divorces In St. Louis

At Zolman Law Firm, we understand your desire to maintain an amicable relationship with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, especially when children are involved. With over 50 years of combined legal experience, our family law attorneys understand the issues at play and will take the time to educate you about your options and the possible outcomes of your decisions.

You can be confident that we will lead you in the right direction for your decisions regarding:

Quality Legal Assistance For Post-Mediated Divorces

Once you have successfully navigated your way through mediation, you need a knowledgeable family law attorney to guide your case through the court process in order to make your agreement legal and binding and have the judge grant your divorce. We can take your mediated agreement through the court system, often without the need for you to ever appear in court. We can also review your mediated settlement to advise you if your agreement is fair.

Prepared. Focused. Aggressive.

At Zolman Law Firm, you will always receive smart, committed and flexible solutions to your family law issues. Contact us online or call today at 314-375-5237 for a free 30-minute consultation.