Real Estate and Uncontested Divorce
Divorce can mean a long, drawn out dispute between two spouses. However, more commonly, parties are able to come to an agreement about some or even all of the issues before having to go to a contested hearing before a judge. An uncontested divorce can be an excellent way to craft an agreement that has […]Read More
Child Support and Uncontested Divorce
It is becoming increasingly common for court cases to settle before they ever reach a court room. Family law is no exception, and the great majority of divorces are completed through a settlement. An uncontested divorce can be a great option for many couples. An uncontested divorce means that the parties have reached an agreement […]Read More
Why You Need an Attorney for an Uncontested Divorce
Settling divorces out of court is becoming more and more common. Uncontested divorces can help people save time and money by avoiding the long, drawn out process associated with contested divorce, such as discovery, temporary hearings, and the final trial. In an uncontested divorce, parties will have to come to an agreement on each and […]Read More
Why Do I Need a Lawyer for My Uncontested Divorce?
An increasing number of court cases are settling before they ever see a court room, including divorces. Uncontested divorces are an increasingly popular option for couples who have decided to part ways. An uncontested divorce means that the parties have agreed on all aspects of their case, ranging from property to debt to child custody. […]Read More