Amanda B. Cook, Counselor at Law

Amanda B. Cook practices divorce law, specifically uncontested divorce (with or without children), in Montgomery, Alabama and surrounding areas.  She is not only consistently professional, but she is highly passionate and committed towards serving the best interest of her clients at all times.  Her aim is to help her clients every step of the way through the uncontested divorce process.  If you have any questions or are in need of assistance regarding uncontested divorce, contact Amanda B. Cook for a free consultation by phone (334) 356-7879, email amanda@abcesq.com, or through the Contact page.

Education:

Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, Faulkner University, Montgomery, Alabama, J.D. - 2012

​New York University, New York, New York, B.A. - 2001

Publications:

Copyright and Freedom of Expression: Saving Free Speech from Advancing Legislation (2013).



About Uncontested Divorce Attorney Amanda B. Cook

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Uncontested Divorce Attorney Amanda B. Cook, Counselor at Law

Uncontested Divorce Alabama

Amanda B. Cook focuses on helping her clients deal with their uncontested divorce issues effectively and efficiently, with justice and fairness.

Attorney Amanda B. Cook practices divorce law, specifically uncontested divorce (with or without children), in Montgomery, Alabama and surrounding areas. She is not only consistently professional, but she is highly passionate and committed towards serving the best interest of her clients at all times. Her aim is to help her clients every step of the way through the uncontested divorce process. If you have any questions or are in need of assistance regarding uncontested divorce, contact Amanda B. Cook for a free consultation by phone (334) 356-7879 or email amanda@abcesq.com.


Where both spouses agree to many terms in the divorce, including marital assets, child support, and child custody, either may file for an uncontested divorce. An uncontested divorce is one in which the spouse, who did not initiate it, does not challenge the divorce. There are two types of uncontested divorce: (1) uncontested divorce without children; and (2) uncontested divorce with children. An uncontested divorce does not require the divorcing parties to go to court. The process is much simpler, more efficient, and usually less expensive than a contested divorce, since the divorcing parties agree on many of the divorce issues (division of marital assets, debts, child custody, child support, etc.). An uncontested divorce may be completed with the aid of an attorney through the negotiation and marital settlement agreement process until the dissolution of the marriage is complete.


If you and your spouse are considering an uncontested divorce, please do not hesitate to contact Divorce Attorney Amanda B. Cook.
Visit us at:
www.uncontesteddivorcealabama.com
2740 Zelda Road, Ste 5B, Montgomery, AL 36107
USA