Daytona Beach Uncontested Divorce Lawyer

Do I need a lawyer in an uncontested divorce?

An uncontested divorce means both parties have come to an acceptable agreement on all legally significant aspects of their divorce case. This includes the aspects of child custody and child support, as well as property division and spousal support. While it is possible for this to be achieved between the two parties alone, enlisting the assistance of a Daytona Beach divorce attorney is a wise decision. Even if the divorce is entirely amicable, it will assist both parties to achieve a fair resolution if they are informed as to their legal rights and responsibilities. As there are many intricate laws surroundings these aspects of a divorce, an attorney can be invaluable in this process.

More Benefits of Legal Representation

At Buckmaster & Ellzey, we can assist with an uncontested divorce if the split is amicable, or even if it is not. We are often able to take a contested divorce and help the parties achieve an uncontested agreement before a court judgment is needed. This makes the process simpler, faster, and less stressful.

There are several benefits to an uncontested divorce. It is faster and cheaper than a contested case, which means that both parties can save money and move on with their lives. Uncontested divorce is also ultimately less contentious and thus less upsetting and disruptive to the families involved. More importantly, it allows both parties to have a say in determining the outcome of the factors involved, rather than submitting themselves to an unpredictable outcome through the court.

When emotions run high, as they understandably often do during such a significant event, we can help to maintain calm and clarity. We will be sensitive and persistent in helping to guide you in seeking an outcome in the best interests of you and your children.


Contact a Daytona Beach uncontested divorce lawyer if you and your spouse wish to reach a fair, legally informed agreement between yourselves without interference from the court.