Divorce is often portrayed as a stressful, expensive and drawn-out battle between two parties who can hardly stand to be in the same room together. In truth, more couples today are approaching divorce with a collective mindset that their relationship didn’t work, and it’s time to cooperate with each other to end it and go their separate ways.
An uncontested divorce allows you to end your marriage civilly and privately. Typically, it is significantly cheaper and quicker than a more traditional divorce, and court hearings are usually unnecessary. Both parties come together, as adults and not use the legal system to exacerbate any marital conflict beyond the marriage itself.
Is An Uncontested Divorce Right For You?
An uncontested divorce requires you and your spouse to agree to the basic terms of the essential issues that must be decided, including property division, spousal support and parenting time arrangements. If you and your spouse are far apart on any of these matters and unable to make progress to reach and agreement, an uncontested divorce may not be possible.
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