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Asked on: 9/18/13, 8:21 am

We are not trying to cut corners. We want to be responsible parents and want to insure our child will be taken care of financially when the divorce is finalized as lawyers are expensive and will deplete both our savings. Does an attorney exist just to take care of the paperwork if it is uncontested or will we have to pay an arm and a leg as if we were hiring an attorney of a contested divorce? Are attorneys still necessary even when it is uncontested?

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