An uncontested divorce WITH a child MUST include child support worksheets, a parenting plan and a host of other documents related to care and provisions for the minor child. While an "uncontested" divorce is possible, even with a child, it is difficult to call one "uncontested" until the child support issues and visitation issues are resolved. If all of that has already been reduced to an agreement AND the agreement satisfies the state guidelines for child support, you may be able to get it done very inexpensively.
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Different firms will have different pricing. While I think it is not appropriate to post pricing in this forum, I can tell you that my firm has a special program for uncontested divorces, and you can contact us at the link below.
Under the new laws, getting the child support done right the first time does add some cost, but the real expense comes when it is done incorrectly. Contact an attorney that can do a good job for you, at a reasonable price.Ask a similar question
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