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Uncontested Divorce Attorneys in Reno

Dissolve Your Marriage without Court Intervention

Like a collaborative divorce, an uncontested divorce is one where you and your partner have agreed to end the marriage on your terms without going to court. Unlike a collaborative divorce, however, you will not have a personal attorney representing you. This agreement will be made solely you and your spouse and then approved by a court.

Though you do not need a lawyer to help you divide assets and or decide on child custody, you will need one to help you review and file the paperwork. Additionally, if there are some areas you are having trouble coming to an agreement but still do not want to transition to a collaborative divorce, you may want to hire a mediator to help resolve disputes.

We serve clients in Sparks, Carson City, Incline Village, North Valleys, Sun Valley, Fallon, Fernley, Washoe County, Carson City County, Douglas County and across northern Nevada.

Our Skilled Legal Team Is Here to Help

At the Law Offices of Kelli Anne Viloria, PLLC, we both review uncontested divorce contracts and provide mediation services in Reno. Lead attorney Kelli Anne Viloria has over a decade of legal experience. She, and the entirety of our legal team, are committed to helping clients achieve the best outcome possible to divorce proceedings.

Though this is never an easy experience, a successful uncontested divorce is simpler, less expensive, and almost always less stressful than traditional divorce litigation.

Call (775) 476-5642 to schedule an appointment with a mediator or uncontested divorce attorney in Reno today. You can also contact us online.

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