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Harry Williams
Attorney and Counsellor at Law

Professional, Practical, Prompt
220 East King Street, Suite 110
Johnson City, TN 37601-0110
Tel 423.773.3382
Fax 423.328.8434
Email: harrywilliams@charter.net
family

Divorce

He was handsome and she was beautiful - they had two wonderful children - a boy and a girl. Both had great jobs, drove fine cars and lived in the best neighborhood in town. They attended church regularly and were involved in the community.  Then one day it happened, no warning - just surprise among their friends - the "perfect family" began the long journey to joining the club - one of the 50% of all marriages that end in divorce.

NOTICE

If you have no minor children and relatively few assets, we can help you with an uncontested divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable differences for as little as $195.00 plus court and other costs.
For a free consultation call 423.773.3382 or email: harrywilliams@charter.net.

Divorce Facts

• In America, there is one divorce every 13 seconds. That’s 6,646 divorces per day, and 46,523 divorce per week.

• The average length of a marriage that ends in divorce is eight years.

• People wait an average of three years after a divorce to remarry (if they remarry at all).

• The average age for couples going through their first divorce is 30 years old.

• Seventy-nine point six percent of custodial mothers receive a support       award, while only 29.6 percent of custodial fathers receive a support award.

• Forty-six point nine percent of non-custodial mothers totally default on support, while only 26.9 percent of non-custodial fathers totally default on support.

• About 1 percent of the total number of currently married same-sex couples gets divorced each year, in comparison to about 2 percent of married straight couples. (Note that the percent of couples that get divorced eventually is 50 percent, but only one or two percent get divorced in a particular year.)

The Basics of an Uncontested, No Fault Divorce

If you and your wife are set on a divorce and have made an agreement involving disposition of assets, payment of debts, visitation, child support and other matters, you may be able to get a no-contest, default divorce on the grounds of irreconcillable differences. You can save on legal fees with the following being required:

  • Complaint for Divorce

  • Marital Dissolution Agreement

  • Statutory Injunction

  • Insurance Notice

  • Parenting Plan

  • Final Order

There May Be An Alternative

A nasty, contested divorce often results in hatred, staggering legal bills, dysfunctional children, lifelong unforgiveness and a crushing feeling of distrust and loneliness. If you must get a divorce, please call us first for a free consultation. We may be able to help you put your marriage back together or at least ease the pain and cost of divorce.