- May 6
- Kelvin Birk
- Family Law
Divorce is never pleasant, but an uncontested divorce can be less stressful than an angry, heated, drawn-out divorce that takes months or years to resolve in court. “Uncontested” means that neither party is fighting the divorce decree. Both parties have agreed to divorce, and both are on the same page where child custody, child support, spousal support (if any) and division of property are concerned.
Generally, uncontested divorces take less time, legal fees tend to be lower, and paperwork is streamlined. Even in an uncontested divorce, though, it’s good to have your own attorney. Skilled and experienced divorce lawyers know how [...]