A PEACEFUL PATH FORWARD: Agreed Divorce in Oklahoma with Brown & Flesch, PLLC

Posted by George H. Brown | Dec 01, 2023 | 0 Comments


Divorce can be a challenging and emotionally charged process. However, it doesn't always have to be a battleground. At Brown & Flesch, PLLC, we understand that many couples in Oklahoma choose an amicable approach to end their marriage. If both parties are in agreement about the terms of their divorce, you may be a perfect candidate for an agreed divorce or dissolution of marriage. In this blog post, we'll explore the concept of agreed divorce and how our firm can assist you through this peaceful path forward.

Agreed Divorce in Oklahoma: A Civilized Solution

Agreed divorce, often referred to as an "uncontested divorce," is a peaceful, cooperative, and cost-effective way to end a marriage. It occurs when both spouses agree on critical issues, such as property division, alimony, child custody, and child support, without the need for contentious litigation. In Oklahoma, agreed divorce can significantly simplify the divorce process, leading to a quicker resolution.

Our Approach: Representing One Party with Respect for All

At Brown & Flesch, PLLC, we specialize in representing one party in an agreed divorce while maintaining a respectful and cooperative approach towards the other party. Our philosophy is rooted in finding common ground, promoting an environment of understanding, and prioritizing amicability, even in the face of divorce.

How We Assist in Agreed Divorce

Our services for agreed divorce include:

Legal Guidance: We offer legal counsel and support to our client, ensuring they fully understand their rights and options throughout the agreed divorce process.

Drafting the Agreed Decree: We assist the couple in drafting a comprehensive agreed decree that outlines the terms of the divorce, addressing property division, spousal support, child custody, and child support as needed.

Presenting to the Court: We guide the clients through the necessary paperwork and court procedures to ensure that the agreed decree is presented correctly to the court for entry.

Benefits of Agreed Divorce with Brown & Flesch, PLLC

Efficiency: Agreed divorce typically moves more quickly through the legal process, saving both time and money.

Control: You and your spouse retain control over the terms of your divorce, rather than leaving it to a judge to decide.

Reduced Conflict: Our approach promotes a harmonious environment, minimizing conflict and emotional stress for both parties.

Mouthpiece: While you and your spouse have agreed to terms regarding the end of your marriage, it does not always mean it is easy to talk about it with your future ex-spouse. We can handle that for you, whether it is with his/her attorney or your future ex-spouse directly, if he/she is unrepresented.

What if Agreements Can't Be Reached?

While agreed divorce is a fantastic option for many couples, we understand that sometimes, even the most well-intentioned discussions can hit a roadblock. In such cases, where consensus is challenging to achieve, it may be necessary to consider a contested divorce.

Contested Divorce: Navigating the Challenges

In a contested divorce, the couple is unable to agree on certain aspects of their separation, leading to a more complex legal process. This may involve disputes over property division, alimony, child custody, and child support. While a contested divorce can be more time-consuming and adversarial, our experienced team at Brown & Flesch, PLLC is fully equipped to represent your interests and navigate the complexities of the legal system. We offer strategic and effective legal counsel and if we retained, you would have our vast experience and expertise at your disposal. 


At Brown & Flesch, PLLC, our commitment to a peaceful, amicable resolution is at the heart of what we do. While we specialize in assisting clients through agreed divorces, we are also prepared to support and represent those facing contested divorces. We understand that each situation is unique and that the path forward may not always be straightforward. No matter the circumstances, we're here to provide expert legal guidance, support, and representation. Contact us today to discuss your specific situation, whether it's an agreed divorce or a contested divorce, and let us help you navigate the path to a brighter future.

Choose Brown & Flesch, PLLC for your divorce needs, where respect and legal expertise come together for the best possible outcome.

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George H. Brown

George H. Brown, Esq. Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Phone:405-548-1970; Fax: 405-548-1986, George H. Brown practices in the areas of civil litigation, business and commercial litigation, probate, family law, guardianships, personal injury, wrongful death, insurance bad faith, adoption and corporate transactions.


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