Cheap Divorce in Lake Charles
Divorce does not have to be a complicated process. It is almost always in the best interest of my clients to seek out an efficient, uncontested divorce. Colonna Law Firm, LLC offers cheap divorces for the citizens of Lake Charles and Calcasieu Parish. A cheap divorce is only an uncontested divorce for persons living in Calcasieu Parish. It is simply a way for two parties who are not fighting to divorce quickly and cheaply. A cheap divorce in Lake Charles does not include custody, visitation, or property judgments.
Louisiana offers two avenues to be divorced and both are based on time. If there are no minor children, typically the parties need to be separated for 180 days to gain a simple divorce. If the marriage produced minor children, the parties need to be separated for a full year. If you have already been separated for an adequate amount of time, divorce may be available for a little as $800.00.
If you have not been separated for the correct amount of time, please feel free to schedule a free consultation to discuss your potential divorce avenues and the pricing options. A cheap divorce in the Lake Charles LA area is possible.
Please note the offers contained on this page only apply to those persons living in Calcasieu Parish and this offer is not available to persons living outside of Calcasieu Parish.
This offer is limited to uncontested divorces and does not apply to any custody, visitation, or property judgments. This is solely an offer to litigate to achieve a judgment of divorce. This offer is also only available when there is no party contesting the divorce. If you are involved in a contested divorce, Colonna Law Firm, LLC may be able to help but we are very strict on which clients we retain as these cases require more litigation. Due to this, contested divorces are likely to be referred to another firm.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters, and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.