Making the decision to end your marriage is not easy. If you and your spouse both agree that going your separate ways is your best option, then an uncontested divorce may work for you. Pursuing an uncontested divorce typically allows you to negotiate the terms of your divorce on your own or through mediation so that you can avoid contentious court battles during the process. We are here to help you understand what to expect from the uncontested divorce process, and if it sounds like it could work for you, we are happy to guide you through the process to ensure you receive a peaceful and equitable outcome.
If you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse elect to pursue an uncontested divorce, you’ll need to be able to work together in a collaborative manner to determine the terms of your divorce. You’ll need to discuss how your assets, property, and debts will be divided, and whether spousal support is necessary. If you have children, you’ll need to address child custody and visitation arrangements, as well as child support payments. Don’t worry if you don’t immediately see eye-to-eye with each other on all of these topics—you can share your views and negotiate a fair middle ground that works for you both.
Even if you anticipate that the two of you will be able to work together to reach an agreement, working with an experienced divorce attorney can provide you with the support and guidance you need during the process. Issues or disputes may arise at any point, which is why our firm is ready to answer your questions and address your concerns. Whether you are just starting the divorce process, or you’ve run into an issue that you need to resolve, we are here to help. Reach out to us today to get started.