Category Archives: Uncontested Divorce
Preparing For An Uncontested Divorce
Uncontested divorces, in which both parties agree on the terms of their divorce, tend to be resolved much more quickly and with less expense than contested divorces. With an uncontested divorce, however, a couple must have worked out a property division agreement, come to a resolution on alimony, and if the parties share children,… Read More »
When is Uncontested Divorce the Right Option?
When many of us hear the term divorce, we automatically imagine a number of court hearings, expensive court costs, and conflict between the parties. Fortunately, obtaining a divorce does not have to be this way. In fact, more often than not, divorces in Florida are resolved somewhat amicably. This is especially true for couples… Read More »
Tips to Help You Avoid Trouble During Your Collaborative Divorce
Unlike in prior decades, when couples were forced to provide evidence of fault in order to obtain a divorce, litigation is no longer necessary when it comes to dissolving a marriage. Instead, couples have the option of attempting other means of ending a marriage, such as collaborative divorce. Unlike litigated divorces, collaborative divorces encourage… Read More »
Are My Spouse and I Eligible for an Uncontested Divorce?
Although many people assume that divorce is always a time-consuming and expensive process, the reality is that this does not always have to be the case. In fact, many couples who do not have minor children and can agree on how their marital assets will be divided, could be eligible for an uncontested divorce,… Read More »